Originally Posted by zachvac
Well when I squeeze I'm not generally expecting a call ever from the caller, and mostly look at it as a 3-bet against the original raiser with some dead money in the pot. His fold to 3-bet is 100% though even after that hand, which has to be a bug or something. Maybe HEM only counts fold to 3-bet in hands where he was the original raiser? His 3-bet is 5%.
It's possible that HEM counts it that way, yeah. I have to check that.
I really don't know what to make of his turn checkraise. It's not a line that makes much sense, so I think you have to look at your own image at the time and whether or not he might be tilting or hold a grudge against you specifically.
I'm not happy about getting it in on the turn even if his line looks superweird, and the reason is that his preflop range should be pretty strong so some of the time he may even be bluffing
you with the best hand like T9 thinking that he can get you to fold AJ or even QQ to a turn check/raise. For a shove to make sense for you, he needs to fold, what... 40% of the time? With the odds
he'd be getting, which looks like about 2.5:1 I guess, there needs to be a LOT of air in his check/raising range for him to fold 40% of the time. Would he fold QJ, or would he talk himself into making a hero call because you could be on a combo draw? I don't know.