re: Poker & $50 NLHE 6-max: Urrgh I cant play postflop in 4bet pots
Originally Posted by Likminutz
Do you have stats on his fold to flop bets/c-bets or how often he folds the blinds?
I hate the spot we're in, and obviously you do. Is calling here then a c/c on the river (as long as there isn't a big scare card)... way too passive?
He's folded 2/6 times to C-bets, we don't really have enough hands for it.
Thats the line I took, although I regret it. A king came down and he shoved, I folded despite the 3 to 1 odds
Originally Posted by vanquish
i don't really get why you 4bet. it's too small to get him to fold, and you're going to be OOP with T-high. if you're doing it as a bluff, you might as well just keep bluffing on the flop or turn or whatever, and i don't really like checking twice because i don't think we can never know where we stand in this hand at this point
That's my standard 3bet size, tbh I aint very experienced with 4bet bluffing as doing it at 25NL isnt too good, I don't do it much but this guy had been 3betting me a ton and my steal% was running into the 70s for this session.
You think in future I should make my 4bet potsized when out of position?
Should I be 4bet bluffing at all at these stakes?
Originally Posted by c9h13no3
I am not folding the turn, and if I 4-bet, I'm 4-betting larger.
Fold to 3bet=25% <-- given this stat, why did you think he'd fold to your 4-bet? Also, what's his fold blind to steal?
I put that in as I wondered whether anyone would think its relevant.
I only had 4 hands on this stat yet his stats appeared to be pretty solid so I chose to ignore the fold to 3bet and focus on the fact he has a high 3bet and I have a fair few hands on him to confirm this (a rare site indeed).
His fold BB to steal is 79%
Bigger 4bet or should 4bet bluffing not be a part of my game?
or it should be a part of my game but this is the wriong situation due to his fold to 3bet stat?