Originally Posted by benevg
if you would only stack off with aces or kings, then it would be best to flat there (on occasion, at least), since when you do 4bet, everyone will know what you have, right?
that said, you should also perhaps do it with other hands, which would show your AA 4-bets get called a bit more often.
Originally Posted by Vfranks
Yeah I was thinking that maybe if you opened up your 4-bet range a tad, that way they won't always know you have AA or KK if you mix in a few other hands.
Suprisingly I didn't even think about this. I like the idea but i'd need more help with ranges and when to do it etc. For starters my 3betting range is pretty poor to start with but I have an idea of what to do here.
Some questions would be what hands are we 4betting?
Can we ever 4bet fold 100B deep or do we just have to play hands that have decent equity in 5bet pots (such as 56s, 78s etc)
78s is 41% vs. AK so even if I have to call i'd have good equity.
What kind of 4bet size should I do 100BB deep (for example in the above hand I can probably 4bet fold as I only have 26BB invested).
Finally if someone calls the 4bet (really rare IMO) what kinds of flops am I stacking?
This could be a good discussion..