Originally Posted by DunningKruger
If you're restealing or playing light for whatever reason, you don't need to get it in just because you 3 bet? 3 betting with the intention of getting it in just doesn't make sense as general advice. Against some terrible reg for instance who will flat 3 bets oop most of the time he opens so that he can go all fit or fold on you but will only 4 bet or jam AA/KK, that would certainly be a player you can repop for value without having to stack off with AK. The key to 3 betting is to know why you're doing it so that you have a plan depending on how your opponent responds. Even better is when you already have a good idea how your opponent is likely to respond, and you want an idea of his ranges etc.
In my post, I meant to say "3bet GII" vs certain players, not "3bet vs everybody, and GII"...I don't know if it came across wrong, but it must've come across wrong somehow..
The type of player I'm talking about is one that opens alot preflop so anything like 30%+B, likes to 4bet a-ton , never flatting OOP, these are the types I'm talking about GII against preflop..More or less the types that play the ATC works for me
I'm not talking about one that plays 20/19, and only 4bets 3%, that wouldn't make sense to want to GII against..
Another thing, I'd like to point out, is if villains has a high fold to 3bet% or a high flat 3bet% and high fold to Cbet% than yes, shouldn't I want to 3bet this type also?