I've faced several times the same situation lately in 6 max games with AKo.
Cut off or MP raise at 2.5BB, I do 3 bet from Button at 10BB and BB or SB 4 bet from 28 to 30 BB.
Initial preflop raiser Fold, action is to me. We both are 100BB deep or slightly over.
This is happening in NL10, and 4 bet is from unknown.
What would be your decision?
Fold / Call / 5 bet or shove?
Many thanks for your feedback.
June 2, 2020 | 9:06 p.m.
Its too long to watch for me too, If you would play 1 or 2 tables zoom, it will be more interesting to watch rather 4 small tables. And you are not explaining what is the reason of your move. nevertheless i looked at few hands randomly.
1/ I don't like your open raise sizing (2.2BB from button, 2.7 from utg) is that correct?
What is the point to do that? I dont see any. I would expect it to be counter productive as well.
If you are playing the button, you don't mind having bigger pot, its where you make the most money from. If you are playing UTG I do prefer play smaller pot cause I don't have good playability. Exemple :
a/ It is not because you are playing 2.7bb UTG you will get less call or representing bigger hands. you have been called by 2 people behind you with 77 , and then you have an unplayable hand on the flop. I don't say playing 77 is bad, but no point to raise bigger
2/Opening at button is inconsistant.
You opened twice K5o at button at 2.2BB. Once the excuse is , "in the blinds there is 2 fishes", to me its not a sufficient reason. If you say he fold the the blinds 90% (or whatever number you are happy with) ok. Otherwise just don't do it.
other table you open K5o from button and fold Vs 3 bet. Thats right to fold, but its probably because you raise those hands PF to often that you are getting 3 bet. Check you attempt to steal number and your opening range at button.
If im not mistaken, I think you have folded K5s or K6s instead open raise. I would play this one instead all K5o at least you can get some nut flushes.
May 29, 2020 | 2 p.m.
I would 4 bet around 2.5 times the size of the 3 bet preflop.
2.2 times is too cheap to me (I am not sure I am right as you have position on him)
I don't see the point to shove flop as it is not a drawy flop to me. I am not too scared of flush in a 3 bet pot and I wish to keep him and i don't want to make him fold worst hands.
However his sizing Flop is quiet annoying, I would raise around 20bb I think there, to make it as around half pot and shove on any turn if it is not an ace on the turn.
I don't know your opening range UTG preflop, and profile of your opponent, but personally I don't three bet often TT and JJ from SB versus UTG, cause the range of villain should be tight, then you expect quiet a lot of call or 4 bet, and you won't be in position to play well the pot.
To me you are facing mainly QQ++ and AK on this spot.
May 26, 2020 | 11:57 p.m.
I agree with first comment, you should check on the turn.
There is not much raise for bluff on the river in NL5.