re: Poker & $600 NLHE Full Ring: $600 NLHE Full Ring: QQ pf vs tight regular big 3bet
This hand comes down to an assessment of preflop range and continuation betting percentage. If his 3 bet range out of the blind is AA, KK, QQ (don't forget chopping), JJ, and 1010...on a flop of 257, you now beat about 2/3 of his range (AK, JJ, and 1010). Assuming he is betting almost 100% of flops with all of his preflop range (which he should be), AND you are now getting nearly 2 to 1 to call off your last 715, this is a very straight forward call. A greater than pot size bet on the flop also indicates more of an AK/squeeze range to me rather than a premium AA/KK hand. A good continuation bet on this safe of a board with 100% of his range should be about 350. This is especially a call IMO with the factors of it being a straddled pot with dead money, and you opening the button after 3 limps. The probability of this being a squeeze seems greater than normal. Given the squeezing dynamics, I don't think folding preflop or on a 257 flop is an option. However, 4 betting a 1k stack preflop is.