Originally Posted by c9h13no3
]But if villain had like a 15%+ PFR with a high steal %, folded to very few 3-bets, and folds to c-bets fairly well, I think 3-betting this hand is an option.
If he folds to few 3-bets and has position on me, I definitely don't want to 3-bet him. And I'm not sure KQo has equity over a 15% PFR guy, but I'm too lazy to look it up at the moment. I'm sure it's close enough that positional differences will negate any equity advantage.
I agree with the rest of C9's analysis except I'm check/raising this flop every day of the week. Villain's almost certainly going to pay to play with AT, JT, QT, QJ, and maybe even AJ and AQ, so I'm going to give him that opportunity.
I'll bet again on the turn, obviously, and if I get raised I'll probably try to get to showdown as cheaply as possible.
Mostly I agree that your play throughout the hand signified a lack of any cohesive plan. You either want to keep the pot small or you don't. You want to induce bluffs or you don't. I haven't a clue what you were trying to accomplish the with line you chose, but that's why we post the hands, eh?