First time reviewing a session using Flopzilla
I'm using Flopzilla for the first time and I'm going to post a hand analysis I'm doing to get peoples opinion on if I am doing it correctly. So here goes.
2NL 6max Zoom
Hero in BB with
Folds to SB who limps
Hero raises 4x, SB calls
SB checks, Hero bets 0.10, SB calls
SB Checks, Hero bets 0.23, SB calls
SB Checks, Hero bets 0.79, SB shoves 1.58
I only have 7 hands against this player so any stats I have are void, however he is 57/14, not playing with a full stack, and single tabling.
So even with my limited stats I am assuming he is a fish because of the preflop limp, and put his range on 40% of hands preflop. According to Flopzilla I have over 80% equity against his range on the flop and river, which means I did the right thing by betting both streets right? Or am I dominating too many times in this situation to keep getting called?
Even with the 6 pairing the board on the river I still have over 80% equity, so when he shoves I'm assuming he is shoving with good 2 pair or better, which drops my equity to 15%, so it should be an insta fold, correct? I was getting 3 to 1 to call, but if Villain didn't have as big a stack and say gave me 7 to 1 do I call every time?
Some main questions...
Should I be adjusting his ranges after he calls every street to hands I think he is calling with?
Is that hand range too high or low for a suspected fish who has limp/called?
And lastly is there any other things I have missed, or some areas I should focus on more?
Thanks to anyone who has had a read and replies with some advice, much appreciated