$200 NLHE 6-max: $200 NLHE 6-max: TPTK in bad turnspot
$1/$2 No Limit Holdem
UTG Player 2 ($247.95) 124bb
UTG+1 Player 3 ($68) 34bb
CO Player 4 ($671.75) 336bb
BTN Player 5 ($206) 103bb
SB Hero ($283.35) 142bb
BB Player 1 ($699.05) 350bb
Pre-Flop: ($3, 6 players) Hero is SB Qs As
2 folds, Player 4 raises to $6, 1 fold, Hero raises to $20, Player 1 calls $18, Player 4 calls $14
Flop: 3h 4d Qd ($52, 3 players)
Hero bets $30, Player 1 calls $30, Player 4 folds
Turn: 5d ($112, 2 players)
Hero checks, Player 1 bets $60, Hero calls $60
River: 9c ($232, 2 players)
Hero checks, Player 1 bets $240, Hero goes all-in $173.35
Final Pot: $578.70
3bet sizing pre should have been bigger...
BB: tagish player (normal stats from what I can recall, like 22/20 or something)
What range would you call in BB's shoes here?
With that range, how loose would you call otf?
I think this hand is pretty tough since I am not sure about people's calling tendencies 3way otf in this spot, and not preflop either for that matter.
I bet into 2 players otf, and the reg has the "sandwich spot" so he can't really call that wide, no?
When I played the hand I gave him a range of some medium pockets TT-JJ, and some worse (say maybe 88-99) with a diamond draw) and then a number of passively played flushdraws (AJs, AKs, ATs, and maaaybe some SC like T9s, JTs and such), KQs, AQ that calls the flop.
Not sure if he'd call 33,44 here pre so dunno if we can include them in his flop calling range..
Anyways, of those hands, there should be very few (if any) worse that calls if I bet ott?
Imo I doubt it, so checking seems like the best option, but what then?
c/call down or even c/fold?
Very curious to hear what you guys think about calling ranges preflop and otf and also what our perceived range would be if we bet ott.