$50 NLHE Heads-up: 3-handed: 88 facing 3-bet pre and action on all streets
, the HH function isn't working so from memory:
HUD isn't working but villain is a semi-competent but spewy reg who i've played a lot with 3-handed and 6-handed, plays about 32/28 and 3-bets about 20% of his raising range from memory, calculated to be roughly 66+, A4s+, A9o+, KTo+, QTo+, JTo+, K8s+, Q9s+, J9s+ and 9Ts+. 3-handed, it could be even wider as these stats are for both 3- and 6-max. Flop c-bets around 75%, can't remember other c-bet stats for turn and river.
3-handed cash game, 50NL.
I am BTN ($50)
Villain is SB ($50)
BB is irrelevant ($50)
Hero (BTN) 8♥ 8♦
raises to $1.25
Villain (SB) 3-bets to $3
I call. (Estimated 51.19% vs. his 3-bet range)
***FLOP*** (Pot = $6.50)
Villain donks for $4, I call. (Here we have ~60% vs his whole range)
Villain leads for $7, I call. (If I'm good on the flop I certainly am now: ~65% vs whole range)
Villain bets $16, I ??????
This is tricky for a few reasons. Our equity vs his whole perceived range is now only 53%. We easily have the odds to call if he's 3-barrelling his entire 3-betting range. AK in particular is a hand that probably fires 3-barrels at this board in order to get me to fold the type of hand I have. I can probably guess his 3-barrell range contains AA-77, AK-A9, KQ, K9, QJ, QT, TJ, 9T and not much else. Vs. this range we have 54%. Is this an insta-call? Maybe a fold somewhere? I was in check/call mode as I know he is capable of firing 3-barrels with a semi-bluff with 2 overs and a gutshot or something similar.