Originally Posted by micromachine
Your 3betting sounds a bit static? Don't you vary it based on villain and position? Maybe something to look into. And you definitely want to be 3betting IP quite a bit, at least as much as when OOP. The regs know not to call a 3bet often OOP so you can 3bet bluff them quite a bit from CO and BTN. And fish calling 3bets OOP incorrectly then giving up easily post is a nice earner too.
I certainly don't vary it enough. I pay attention to attempt to steal though. If people obviously aren't stealing ill keep to a normal 3betting range, but if they obviously are ill throw in other hands and bluffs.
Just a few questions about NITs and fish in relation to 3betting, I feel TAGs are easy enough 3bet against and deal with, as you can usually have a good idea of their range based on their stats.
Alright, so, NITS. Are we just avoiding them when they open? They're obviously playing strong hands and if our 3bet% is high-ish, they're probably gonna be happy to see a flop against us, especially IP? When we have them OOP though, can we keep the same 3bet range as we do for TAGs, or does this need to be changed in order for us to be profitable?
And fish. Are we just bombarding them with 3bets when were IP? We can eliminate 3bet bluffs vs these guys. What about when were OOP? Im guessing were still opening really wide as they will call us with garbage, and all the time were wanting to isolate ourselves with the bad player.
3betting fish really wide brings in a lot of variance which is why im sort of reluctant to do it. But thats just me being results orientated
Thanks for the help micro. Anyone else feel free to add to this.