re: Poker & Defending blinds
65% fold to 3-bet means you can pretty much 3-bet ATC and show a profit (needs to be 67% I think to make a profit directly but if you ever get them to fold to a cbet or he ever flats and you make a good hand that has to make up for extra 2%). It's a pretty big mistake then to be 3-betting hands like 99, unless they fold way less to 3-bets. We're getting them to fold all the hands we beat and 4b some strong hands not allowing us to see a flop/flop a set against those hands, and then they will also call with some hands we're flipping with/beating maybe but not gonna make a ton of money postflop against.
Start 3-betting hands that are very bad, but seem pretty. 3-bet 94s. 3-bet 45o. 3-bet Q3s. If called c-bet only on obviously good boards or when you flop well. you're making most of your money preflop from this guy because he just folds way too much. Then yeah I agree with youregoodmate on flatting range. Flat most pairs (maybe fold 22-55 or maybe even 3b those hands although I'd rather 3-bet 94s before 22, not that you can't do both) and some broadway/high-card hands. These are ahead of his range, you're already getting odds
, and they'll be fairly easy to play.