$25 NL HE 6-max: All-in with QQ pre-flop vs. high 3-bet%
Villian Stats (VPIP/PFR/AF):
Ok, first of all, apologies if I'm posting in this HA forum a little too much, I recently posted another QQ hand here which was all pre-flop, where I folded to a 3-bet.
Now this is a pretty similar situation, and I 4-bet, but I'm not sure if what I did next was ok. The guy's 3-bet percentage was 9% at the time, but in my pokertracker now it says it's only 6.67%, and I only have 143 hands on villain, but anyway, here it is:
View hand 767933
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Hero (CO): $33.57
($0.35) Hero is CO with Q
UTG raises to $0.75
, Hero calls $0.75, BTN raises to $3.35
, 3 folds
, Hero raises to $11.15
, BTN raises to $25 all in
, Hero calls $13.85
Should I have folded? Should I have 4-bet a little less to make a fold a bit easier?
My reasoning: He was on the button, he likes to 3-bet, particularly with 1.85 already in the pot, so easy 4-bet, then when he goes all-in I have to spend 13.85 to win 36.15 (right?) so I guess the pot odds
just seemed too tempting...
Looking at it now, I only called from UTG+1, I think I was actually trying to induce a 3-bet, and maybe the UTG was pretty tight and his opening range from that position was pretty small and we were like 125BB deep... Guess I should've 3-bet maybe... But then perhaps I'd have lost some value since 3-betting UTG from UTG+1 is a pretty strong move...?
Anyway, I'll leave it to you guys to fill me in, cheers!