Originally Posted by LD1977
You need to analyze each separately and note precisely what is he doing this with.
Typically this type of player has a positive red line and negative showdown, with total result being from mildly positive to mildly negative depending on how good they are and how well the luck serves them (because if opponents hit a lot they can easily have horrible downswings).
As their strategy is mostly to get people to fold and they fire too much (typically 70% cbet flop), they will usually have problems facing flop raises. So your strategy in position is to raise flop mostly with medium hands, call down (or minraise) with good ones, and fold crap.
Hey. I Agree with you post. Question though. What if he noticed your adjustment? Calls down your flop raises. Calls down with your raises on medium hands. Chase draws on your call down and minraises. Sometimes when you play with them youll loose since they are more used to their strategy and you are going out of line on your own strategy.
This is what I think you can do.
He raise preflop, you reraise, he shoves... you fold with medium hands and you call with premiums.
I've noticed that it will be effective if you 3bet his raise preflop with medium or garbage hands. If he shoves, fold. 3 bet also with premium hands preflop. If he shoves, snap call. Ship it! The secret is preflop control/position. You are always the one to act last. He raise preflop, you reraise, he folds. He cannot call your reraise since the pot is big for a cbet. You will always be the last to act