Super Tight player raises out of sb. Whats the best play?
Alright Just looking for some feedback here on a few questions i was pondering last night.
7 handed about 40 minutes into a sit n go, the table folds around to the sb who is SUPER tight with a vp$ip% of 9, but a pfr% of 8 (he rarely plays any hands, but comes in for a raise almost every time when he does). The sb raises your bb 3x to 150, you both have around 2000 chips which is about avg. You've been dealt 10 6 off, so pretty crappy holdings. 20 dollar sit n go on Stars, so the players are decent.
Knowing how VERY tight he is, and that he has raised pre flop in pretty much every hand he has played thus far, would the best play in this spot be to re-raise pre flop to something like 480 with any 2 cards?
A few very good players that I know who I've asked have said they would probably smooth call and then see how the flop comes.
Knowing this player is SUPER TAG and is for sure going to c-bet probably 2/3 pot off the flop, I'm leaning towards the re raise pre flop knowing that hes not going to come over the top of me unless hes got an absolute monster (AA KK QQ AK) as hes so tight. If he does call the raise Id oviously take one shot and give up if I get called.
So question to everybody, do you re-raise pre flop, smooth call, or just fold.