$100 NL HE Full Ring: Scared Him Off...
Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF):
I dug this one up from a week ago... What would be the best way to play this? I assumed the 3-bet from villain OOP was representing AA, KK, or AK.
I know I have 90% equity on this
flop and villains stats really don't mean anything because the sample size is 2 hands, but how do you extract the most value out of this from what seems a very aggressive player?
The way the action went pre-flop I may consider folding to any other flop with over cards due to not having any reads on villain and a potential set over set issue.
Results are in there, due to the fact that I pretty much guarantee that he only folds an under pair or AK to a re-raise on the flop here.
Just for future reference, Should I just let him bet the hand for me? And if I strongly suspect villain has AA or KK and see one of those pop off on the turn or river fold? Or did I play this correctly?
Grabbed by Holdem Manager
NL Holdem $1(BB) Replayer
Dealt to Hero Q♥
fold, fold, fold, fold, fold, Hero raises to $3.50,
fold, fold, BB raises to $14, Hero calls $10.50
FLOP ($28.50) Q♠
BB bets $28.50, Hero raises to $114,
Hero shows Q♥
Hero wins $82.50