So he has a range where after he limps he repops AQ+ and QQ+ and flats the rest of it. I've popped his limps a couple of times and he reraised me and I had to fold.
Dec. 26, 2016 | 2:59 a.m.
$1200 eff. I'm in BB with K♥ K♠ V limps MP1 and there are 2 more limps after him and I open to $35. V makes it $125. I flat.
Flop: J♥ 8♥ 3♠ Pot $267 I check, check
Turn: 4♥ Pot $267 I check, V bets $175, I call.
River: 3♦ Pot $617 I check, V shoves $900
Some info on V. He limps fairly often so obviously I can't say he's overall solid. He does some things well enough. He does have a substantial aggro side to him so he's capable of stuff like 3bet bluffing, etc. and sometimes his aggro stuff is good and sometimes it's spewy.
Is he capable of a river overshove bluff specifically? I don't know. Big maybe. I know that I severely underrepped my hand and my line looks pretty weak but that doesn't necessarily mean we should call.
- Should we just 4bet/GII pre instead of flatting?
- What should we do as played?
Dec. 20, 2016 | 7:45 a.m.
$600 effective. I open K♠ J♠ to $20 in HJ over a limp, young grinder-looking kid 3-bets me to $75, folds to me, I 4-bet to $150, he hesitates for a bit and calls. I sat down like 5 minutes ago and I don't have any reads on him.
Flop: T♣ 4♠ 3♦ Pot $312 I bet $100, he calls.
Turn: 7♠ Pot $512 I shove $350