Originally Posted by baudib1
to me it really sort of depends on what kind of fish he is. if his flop-calling range is mostly like 9x/JT/77-88 stuff I like it. I like the iso preflop.
Yeah its gonna be really hard to work out without knowing what hands he's limping and raising and small sample isn't it. I'm glad you didnt think it was instantly spewy, and i have learnt that me putting him all in probably wasn't neccessary.
I half pot he needs to fold 33% of combo's;
if he is calling the flop with A9,A8,A7,A6,A5, there is 76 combo's i think. (and possibly isnt calling with all of them but i'll say he is for the purpose of this)
9Q is also calling so there's 6 more combo's.
maybe he can also have stuff like Q4s-Q7s - 8 combos and Q8,QT - 16 combos.
106 combo's beat me so if i can find 36 combo's that fold to a half pot bet then it would be +EV, maybe i need even less combo's because i still have like 9-12 outs to improve if called.
9T,9J,9K - 30 combo's
TJ - 12 combo's
So already i think he could fold over 33% of his range, does my working out sound reasonable? I have been quite conservative too and assumed he doesn't call the flop with stuff like 66-88 and TT,JJ.
Guess it really does depend on the type of fish, which we'll never know :/