Originally Posted by blueskies
This is a problem I come across often.
Let's say I have AK on BB and BTN raises to 3xBB. I repop him to 10xBB. He calls. Flop comes 378.
I bet, he calls. Turn comes a 4.
This is where better hand reading skills help and analysing flops helps. Also the more you play with a player the more you can develop your 3bet range and c-beting ranges.
For example if he hits a 3784 board he's going to be calling more marginal hands (eg. JT, 8T, 67, 78) etc which is good for you because the hands have less post flop equity vs. your 3bet range and when he calls you should have an edge.
Also try not to 3b OOP. If he only steals from the BTN i'd generally let him have it more often than not, but i'd call very liberally out of BB if he's SB and also 3b a lot wider (unpolarized) to play IP vs. his weakish 3b-calling range.