Many people advise me that I should 3OP OOP 4 times.
But then I'm not able to bluff postflop (in my opinion) bluffing well because I have to bet with low sizes.
Is it a standard game or postflop should I play it differently? My main problem is that due to low sizes I won't get many folds mainly on the river.
Sept. 20, 2020 | 4:23 p.m.
BU has SPR cca. 1.6
According to SPR, for BU it is mandatory stack off. He can not never fold this hand.
Why? What if I know that has only 88 and 55? Why it is mandatory stack off?
Effective stacks: 100bb
BU has A-A
BU opens, SB 3bets, BU 4bets, SB calls
FLOP: 852s (48bb)
Thank you so much!
Sept. 20, 2020 | 4:02 p.m.
thanks for the response guys. I probably have two last questions:
Flop: AK2 (two tone) Turn: Qo or 8s(flush)
Why you dont like overbet on the turns which bring flush or straight? Pio overbets all the time. What is that argument?
Flop KJ2 (mono) Turn: 7 (fourth monocard)
What bluffs you choose in the situation?
Thank you so much
Sept. 19, 2020 | 7:15 p.m.
You might want to size up slightly on flop, range betting this small
probably loses a fairly decent amount of EV
Pio thinks that if I bet a range with a higher sizing then it has a smaller EV.
Dnegs and Mudkip:
Also on a related note playing 1 hour of 66% and 1 hour of overbet
isn't a coherent strategy, when things get mixed it's not with the
intent of just confusing everyone involved there are strategic reasons
for doing so.
My idea was that in a situation where we normally only overbet, I will bet 66% half the time and overbet half of the time (mixed strategy . I didn't mean to overbet any card on any turn. Does that make sense now?
BTW. You talk about situations when you bet on the same turn with two sizings.
Is it true or i didn't understand it?
If this is true could you tell me the situation when you use two sizings?
Thank you so much
Sept. 19, 2020 | 2:07 p.m.
1.Then the turn I mentioned above is also suitable for overbet or check. Or?
2.When we play the flop you mentioned: AK2 (two tone) but turn brings flush or Q(many straights) we want bet only 66% or check. Is it correct?
Sept. 18, 2020 | 7:34 p.m.
Thanks to everyone for the feedback.
BTW: My strategy is to mix.
1hour I play strategy when I bet turn only with sizing 66% of pot and then
1hour I play strategy when I bet turn only with sizing 150% of pot.
lllCitanul: You mix the strategy in a different way as well. What do you and others think about my way of mixing strategy?
Sept. 18, 2020 | 4:07 p.m.
Well no. You have an overbet size. But you likely still want a normal
size for other hands. General simplification usually is one size on
flop, multiple on future streets.
What normal size do you mean? something like 66% of pot?
BTW: When you overbet on turn you overbet pretty polar or merged?
Do you overbet on the turn KJ3s 7o hands like KT? because I do but I have only one sizing one turn when I overbet.
Sept. 18, 2020 | 3:25 p.m.
The flop is two tone and turn doesn't bring flush.
So on the turn it is good to use one sizing. Probably everyone agrees. Well, on the turn we overbet and river brings:
2. Flush or Straight
How many sizings you use on river?
On blank you probably overbet again. But do you also use other sizing on river?
Sept. 17, 2020 | 6:03 p.m.
Hero opens from BU 2.5BB and BB calls.
Flop: KJ3s (5.5bb)
BB checks, HERO bets 1BB (hero bets range), BB calls.
Turn: 7 (7.5bb)
BB checks, HERO bets 12BB
It is situation when I want to overbet. I am interested in your opinions, your game etc on turn.
1. In situation when you overbet do you use more sizings or only overbet?
- Is my sizing of overbet correct?
Thank you so much
Sept. 17, 2020 | 9:22 a.m.
Hi, I'm back with this hand. I can't sleep because of that :)
Villain bets on river QQ +, AQ. I won't count AQ because it's a draw. So QQ + = 10 combinations. We block some AA and QQ because we hold AQ. We need the opponent to bet 5 combinations on the river. I can't imagine 5 combinations that would make an opponent blufol on the river. By the way, it's an underblufer. So why do you think it's an easy call?
Aug. 20, 2020 | 9:32 p.m.
Villain is REG 24/20/8
In my opinion, the opponent 3betts: TT+, ATs+, AQo+, KQs, QJs, JTs and probably cbets range on flop.
ON TURN: probably bets TT+, flush draws, maybe Ahigh with spade.
RIVER: He probably never bets TT and JJ. Well, he bets QQ+ = 18 combos. According to the theory, he needs to bluff 33%. If he bets on river all of his flush draw he still doesnt have enough bluffs. Do you call this river? Am I calculating something wrong?
I fold this river all the time. You?
Aug. 20, 2020 | 9:22 p.m.
In some cases I go xf even 100%. I will bet two pairs + and some fd's as bluff. I x/f some fd with ace and some bdfd with Adiamond which I want to bluff if on river comes flush.
What should I bet on Turn and x/c on river?
Aug. 9, 2020 | 4:44 p.m.
in similar situations I have an xf of about 66%.
I don't know how to defend this range.
On the flop I go xr two pair+, some top pairs, some second pairs and some third pairs. Then I xr fd with backdoor sd or gs. My xr is about 10% vs this big bet. VS. a small bet makes that number even bigger.
On the turn I have no problem defending xc range because I'm going xr low twopairs and fd with gs.
But I have no idea how to defend the river. Should I just go x / c some two pairs, sets? Isn't it a pity? Or what I'm missing in my range.
Aug. 9, 2020 | 3:15 p.m.
BB: $10.00 (Hero)
Aug. 9, 2020 | 11:52 a.m.
BN: $11.06 (Hero)
Aug. 4, 2020 | 3:16 p.m.
I saw the opponent that in a similar spot he did not bet KQ on turn. That's why I assume he won't be bet AQ on the river.
Is that a good reason to fold?