$5fo 6-man, 6/8 players left. villian has been aggressively stealing, check/raise flop twice. how is my 3bet sizing pre-flop? what is the general plan post-flop now that the pot is large and i`m oop? set mine? shove? bet/call? bet/fold? or just check?
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Tourney Hand NL Texas Hold'em - Friday, May 18, 02:03:38 ET 2012
Table 38221074 table 4 (Real Money)
Seat 1 is the button
Seat 1: manchit91 ( $48100.00 USD ) 48bb 26/18/2.4
Seat 2: shortskatr ( $80627.00 USD )
Seat 4: jediwithaces ( $49322.00 USD ) 49bb 15/9/4.3
Seat 7: carmancic ( $93471.00 USD )
jediwithaces posts ante of [$100.00 USD].
manchit91 posts ante of [$100.00 USD].
shortskatr posts ante of [$100.00 USD].
carmancic posts ante of [$100.00 USD].
shortskatr posts small blind [$500.00 USD].
jediwithaces posts big blind [$1000.00 USD].
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to jediwithaces [ Th Td ]
manchit91 raises [$2925.00 USD]
jediwithaces raises [$8675.00 USD]
manchit91 calls [$6750.00 USD]
** Dealing Flop ** [ Jc, 2s, 8d ]
3b seems about right, a little bigger when you're looking to be oop postflop is a good rule.. flop seems pretty good for your hand, so bet ~ half pot and go from there.Edited By: MomentumDeferred May 19th, 2012 at 03:31 AM
Better question is what you do when you c-bet and get raised imo
hi i think 3 bet a bit more, whats is his 3 bet fold percentage? it may help you in terms of identifying the range better if this number is quite high, if its low and you have a good sample size then you are likely to be against a much stronger rangeEdited By: Looselad1 May 19th, 2012 at 11:30 AM
That flop is great for pocket 10s generally as aggro players with JJ + will tend to 4 bet you pre, your ahead 90% of the time c bet and see what he does. If he does check raise then i guess thats where your decision will become tougher as J10+ is easily in his range hereif he doesnt fold to 3 bets that often
it's a fine call deciding on your 3bet value - any more could be construed as weaker and he may shove over the top, which you may not like on the bubble - would you call his 4bet or allin shove? your 3bet value allowed him to fold marginal hands but he called - what range did you put him on - i'm thinking Ax or a pair similar to you 77,88,99,jj
as played i think he def has a hand, and you have to cbet to find out what it is............he is either going to fold or shove over the top and are you ready for this as well?
I want to say that mp seems likely as does Ax. A strong bet post flop should show serious strength in your hand and cause him to fold unless he's holding 88 or AJ. Otherwise, you should take this down with a good bet.