I'm not folding anything in sklansky group 2 to a min-3-bet playing 6-max getting set odds
. Fold preflop is unthinkable, especially when you consider the button's stack size. Even if sub's hand range assignment is right (and its not), then we're still getting odds to call & see a flop. There's no single set of circumstances that can make me fold this. If they're both nits & they both have aces, I'm calling for set mining. If they're both spew-tards, then I'm calling to make an overpair/2nd pair, and stack them on favorable flops.
Play on the flop, bleh. These spots suck so much, and this thread looks just like one I posted earlier. Our hand has too much value to check/fold, its too vulnerable to check/call, and donking out makes our hand easy to read, gets calls from better and sometimes folds worse.
Against passives, I like donking the flop actually, looking to bet ~60% of the pot & keep things small. If they'll c-bet, then obviously its best to let them do so, and call/fold accordingly depending on how nitty they are/seem. While x/c sucks, the turn won't be terribly hard to play, since either an overcard will hit and we can just give up (well, maybe don't give up to a J), or we'll catch a realitive brick and be okay.
As played we only beat a bluff, and no one folds overpairs at 10NL, so checking is obviously best. I'd lean towards check/folding, since at 10NL I doubt villain has the stones to fire twice at this pot with air. Plus any bet will be almost a full stack, and we need to be at the top of our range here to call bets that are 100bb's.