This is a discussion on $10 NLHE 6-max: Flopped set 3bet pot 220BBs deep within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; partypoker - $0.10 NL FAST (6 max) - Holdem - 6 players
Hand converted by PokerTracker 4
Hero (BTN): 220.1 BB
SB: 239.9 BB
BB: 261.9 BB
UTG: 358.5 BB
River:(210.6 BB, 2 players) Q♦ BB bets 136.4 BB, Hero calls 116.3 BB and is all-in
When he squeezes from bb vs a mp open at theses stakes very few people have a 3bet/squeeze range that contain any bluffs. So I'm pretty certain he has a big hand. I would assign him a range of AQs+,JJ+(?).
I prefer to raise the flop because there are bad turn cards that may either halt the action or discourage my opponent from continuing. Also If I raise a blank turn say the 10c it looks very strong in a 3bet pot this deep while in position, IMO. And of course if I did have a draw I am more likely to raise flop and the not turn. Villain should know this so getting called otf should be easier than getting called ott.
isn't the greatest turn card. If villain had JJ-KK the Ad might kill my action. And if villain has AA then I'm dead. Villain could have AhQh, AhKh but that's only two combos and I don't think he calls the flop raise with AhKx. When he flats turn I don't think I should be eliminating JJ-KK from his range. I know we are deep and he's oop and could (will) face pressure otr but I don't think he cares.
bkfd doesn't scare me but the is another bad card. When he donk jams I don't know what he could be turning into a bluff given the range I assigned him pre flop.
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