This is a discussion on $2 NLHE 6-max: Tough turn overbet within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Need some serious help with this hand. Villain appears to rep a strong overpair or set trying to chase me off a potential draw. Am
I'm folding without any previous history. He looks balancedCould 4bet pre though
13th April 2018, 3:35 AM
Poker at: yo mamma
Would've except villain flatted. Even the C/R was quite substantial. I was folding quite a good % of my 3bets this session so that could've influenced the flat call.
13th April 2018, 1:44 PM
re: Poker & $2 NLHE 6-max: Tough turn overbet
No 4bet opportunity pre because villain flatted. You could re-raise the flop with intent to fold if villain re-raises, but that's usually throwing away money. I am folding here, looking for a better spot. Villain says he has JJ beat, I would tend to believe him here, especially if you had folded to a bunch of 3-bets. I think BTN didn't want you to fold pre. Sets and better pairs are all over BTN's range here.
13th April 2018, 8:45 PM
John A [5,190]
Tried to read what people are saying in here, but it's making no sense to me. There's no 3 or 4-bets happening.
3-Bet the flop, GIAI. I think at 2NL, people will raise the incorrect draws way too often as well as a strong Tx, so it's slightly +EV to just go on the flop. But you should be 3-betting or folding on the flop. If you think you're ahead on the flop, the turn isn't going to be much more helpful for you w/ all the bad cards coming.