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Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: OP+TP in 3-bet pot

Villain is fishy but haven't seen go go out of line.
I guess the standard line is to bet but I don't wanna get check-raised.
Also, should I bet 1/2 or full pot?
If I get raised, should I fold, since he is rarely pushing worse and at best I am against a flush draw, even though I block the Queen

Oct. 16, 2019 | 10:47 a.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Wrap in 3-bet pot OOP

Villain is a fishy unknown but don't know much about him.
I decided to check/call the flop since I want to see a cheap turn.
I suppose I should be betting flop some of the time as well.
On the turn, I'm not sure what is best after I check flop.
Do I bet? I still don't wanna get raised.
Do I check/call against any sizing?

Oct. 14, 2019 | 1:01 p.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: TP+backdoors in 3-bet pot

Villain is a fish although I don't know much about his tendencies, especially in 3-bet pots.
Is there a reason to check back here, given I have good backdoor draws and I don't wanna get raised?
Also, villain will be folding too often on this flop.
Is this a reason I should slowplay/pot control?

Oct. 11, 2019 | 8:36 a.m.

Villain is a fish, although I'm not sure how light he is stacking off.
I think that betting flop should be standard but at the time I decided to check back to pot control.
On the turn, once he checks twice, should I be betting, given that I don't want to be raised and have some SDV?

Oct. 7, 2019 | 11:24 a.m.

Villain is a reg and usually plays pretty standard.
What are the reasons for calling or raising here?
Should I be considering both lines?

Oct. 6, 2019 | 4:04 p.m.

The opponent is a fish.
Is there ever a reason to check here, given that I block his continuing range?
I am never happy if he raises me, but I miss a lot of value if I check.
Also, what can I expect him to call me with when I block so much of the board?

Oct. 5, 2019 | 12:02 p.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Top two in 3-bet pot deep

Villain is a fish but I have very little info on him.
I decide to bet flop in order to take the initiative.
Shall I continue barreling on the turn, given that we are deep and it's a disaster if I get raised?

Oct. 4, 2019 | 9:09 a.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Rundown in 3-bet pot (deep)

Villain is yet unknown but somewhat loose.
Being this deep, I don't think I should be raising flop, although I could be wrong.
Is check-calling turn here standard? If I hit river, do I lead, assuming it could be obvious what I have?

Oct. 3, 2019 | 11:31 a.m.

Villain is a reg who is capable of 3-barrel bluffs.
I'm not sure why he's betting so small on the turn.
I think he does that only with AA with spades or a boat.
He may also be setting up a river shove as a bluff.

If he has AA with the Ace of spades he has SDV and has no reason to bluff river once I check to him.
Can I ever fold my hand here, given I'm probably bluff-catching?

Oct. 2, 2019 | 8 a.m.

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