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Post | Punty posted in PLO: Fold vs pot 3bet ranges when OOP

Sorry if this is too broad a question (and maybe a good video for it?).

At low to midstakes PLO (100bb deep), I am wondering what fold ranges should look like in various spots vs an IP pot 3bet from a fairly standard TAG opponent. Main interest I guess and should be able to use to gauge other positions are when you are:
- UTG vs UTG+1 3bet
- UTG vs BTN 3bet
- CO vs BTN 3bet

Roughly what should your fold % be in these spots? Do you limp a decent range UTG that you want to play but not be faced with a 3bet?

Thanks for any replies.

June 25, 2019 | 9 a.m.

Agree that 3bet should be larger when OOP, as they can profitably call with too much of their range given their position (and pot odds of course).

Small cbet is alright, but I think given the size he is calling and floating with a lot of hands you beat and to get value I would fire the 2nd barrel.

As played, think you can definitely make a case for folding the river. You are at least losing more than you win, but might be winning more than the ~30% you need. You are representing a lot of foldable hands, like a weak Ace of QQ-KK. So your best hope is that he floated the flop or is turning a pocket pair or 7x into a bluff. Possibly, overplaying Ax too. Probably is a correct call at these stakes, with exception if BN is a regular multitabler playing very ABC.

June 25, 2019 | 8:45 a.m.

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