$100 NL HE 6-max: Underfull in 3-bet pot 250 deep, bet sizing/line check
Villain is a 25/17/23%(2.5) over 760 hands. I have been abusing him pretty hard preflop since he folds to 3-bets well. He recently stacked me for 225 bb's with the nut flush when I had the second nuts, and he's most certainly winning for the session. I've also seen him bet 2nd pair on two consecutive streets after I missed a c-bet against him. Other stats:
3-bet % = 5%
3-bet pot C-bet % = 33% (6 samples)
Any other stats on request
I was having trouble putting him on a hand. What range are you putting him on after he checks 3 streets? I'm thinking like AJ/ATs/Kx? Can he be slowplaying AK or KK here? I probably should have bet the flop bigger, but I put him on a pretty weak range when he checked it.
Ultimate Bet, $0.50/$1 NL Hold'em Cash Game, 4 Players
SB: $196.08 (196.1 bb)
BB: $254.93 (254.9 bb)
Hero (CO): $243.76 (243.8 bb)
BTN: $177.90 (177.9 bb)
Pre-Flop: Hero is CO with 2♣ 2♥
Hero raises to $3.50, 2 folds, BB raises to $12, Hero calls $8.50
Flop: ($24.50) A♦ 2♠ K♥ (2 players)
BB checks, Hero bets $16.75, BB calls $16.75
Turn: ($58) A♠ (2 players)
BB checks, Hero bets $45.75, BB calls $45.75
River: ($149.50) 5♠ (2 players)
BB checks with $169 behind, Hero bets $XX???
And no crappy responses please, if you reply please at least give a range and a bet size for the river with reasons why. We've recently had some good hand discussions here, lets keep it going.