$400 NL HE 6-max: JJ, 3-way, big pot, wet board
SB is a reg, with very reg-like stats. His range for flatting a 3-bet OOP should be, well, empty. But he obviously does flat so then I'm willing to concede that he might be doing it with a hand like AA (trapping) or 88-JJ. Maybe AQs. Maybe, maybe KQs. This, in other words, is not a great flop for me.
UTG is a maniac. He raises plenty and never folds to a 3-bet. Then again, he hasn't 4-bet so far either. What I'm trying to say is that his hand on the flop can be virtually anything. Once he calls the flop, though, he at least has something, but that something can go anywhere from overcards to a flopped straight.
$2/$4 No Limit Hold'em Cash Game, 6 Players
by Stoxpoker (http://www.stoxpoker.com/) - Hand Details (http://www.stoxpoker.com/pokertools/hand/50260/)
SB: $424 (106 bb)
Hero (MP): $400 (100 bb)
CO: $433 (108.3 bb)
BB: $400 (100 bb)
BTN: $1,421.85 (355.5 bb)
UTG: $932.75 (233.2 bb)
: Hero is MP with J
UTG raises to $12
, Hero raises to $52
, 2 folds, SB calls $50, BB folds, UTG calls $40
: ($160) T
8 (3 players)
SB bets $85
, UTG calls $85, Hero...
I'm clueless. I can shove and get action from hands that are at worst flipping versus me but probably has me severely dominated. I can call and hope to doge just about half the deck on the turn. I don't like either option. I'm also not a fan of folding overpairs in 3-bet pots to halfpot c-bets.