Originally Posted by WVHillbilly
If you ever plan to fold to a 5bet (and you should) make your 4bet MUCH smaller. $2.25 accomplishes everything you get out of $2.90 but does it cheaper.
As to if you should 4bet or fold I have no idea because you didn't give use the BTNs stats. If he's a normal 10nl player or an unknown, I'd say you're better off just folding. If you know he 3bets light from the BTN or to iso the original raiser, I think it's fine albeit with the smaller 4bet size I mentioned earlier.
If he 3bets light to iso the original raiser then just flat. If he 3bets light he most likely cbets ATC on an ace high board, if checked to. IF original raiser is loose, he is likely to call a lot and his range contains a lot of aces.
4betting even small here is far less likely to get called by original raiser than a 3bet. Essentially 4betting here is never for value and dosent bluff many worse hands out, you have good equity against small PP why push them out?
The presence of the OR in the 3bet pot also increases the size of any cbet and our AK makes it less lilely that if we hit A or K we are against better. So we call any flop bet, most turn bets and some river bets. Essentially we are looking for bet sizes that indicate someone trying get value from weaker aces with AJ rather than someone who 3bet preflop and is now hellbbent on geting stacks in.
I just call and play OOP.
The presence of OR forces 3better to cbet bigger as the pot is bigger.