This is a discussion on $150 NLHE MTT Deep Stacked: KK 3bet IP facing donk flop bet from SB 3bet cold caller within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Hand Analysis section; Early-Mid stage live MTT, full ring, rebuy not available
UTG+2: ~60BB, unknown
MP2: <50BB, TAG
Hero (CO): 83BB. tight
SB: ~100BB, unknown
UTG+ 2 open raised to 2.5BB, MP2 called,
What hands call a 3-bet with 2 players to act and then donk lead the flop? It's a capped range I doubt villain has AA, KK, QQ or AK. She won't call donk bet them. What's that leave? JJ, TT, 99, 88, KQs, QJs, JTs, A8s+ Hero is losing to flushes and 99 and beating the rest. Hero has also under represented his hand.
September 23rd, 2018, 3:29 AM
Poker at: America's Ca
Game: NL Holdem
Originally Posted by quant1986
Early-Mid stage live MTT, full ring, rebuy not available
UTG+ 2 open raised to 2.5BB, MP2 called, Hero re-raised to 11.7BB with K♣ K♠ .
SB called and all others folded.
Flop: (30.4BB, 2 players)
2♥ 5♦ 7♥
SB bet 11.7BB, CO called.
Turn: (53.8BB, 2 players)
SB shoved. CO ?
1. Would you re-raise on the flop?
2. What range do you put villain on?
I would have reraised on the flop, because I feel like if the villain is holding a flush draw or AK/AQ type of hand you want to charge their draws. You are MOST LIKELY ahead after the flop in this case. I hope this helps. Take care
September 23rd, 2018, 6:06 PM
Online Poker at: ACR
Game: NLHE, Razz
re: Poker & $150 NLHE MTT Deep Stacked: KK 3bet IP facing donk flop bet from SB 3bet cold caller
I'm never folding here. The question is whether to raise flop or not, and I think the worse the player the more likely I am to raise flop here because bad players overvalue hands like JJ and have a harder time folding flush draws.