Originally Posted by ChuckTs
Well the plan isn't to play for stacks, but after the 3-bet it's basically inevitable whether we play for pot control or we bet the flop.
Our goal isn't to stack, but considering how you played pf (which I don't like) we have to play a big-ish pot now. Our goal at this point, as played, is to induce action from 99/AK etc. I agree we're not in great shape against his range, but considering how the hand has layed itself out I think we have to play a big pot now.
Vanq says it best:
ok same question, we have QQ, we 3-bet preflop, he 4-bets enough to basically commit us if we call (so that we either shove or fold and he's 99.9% of the time calling our shove), I fold there most of the time, would you call this?
Or a more similar situation, QQ, we 3-bet preflop, get a flat call, rag board, we lead out and get re-raised. Do we play for stacks here?