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Good evening guys, good, if I try a steal with a speculative hand ex: T9s, I'm on the CO, the SB has a guy who whenever I try to steal it gives re-steal, and whenever he is in the final position he steals.
In this situation hipotetica in the previous hand I was in the btn with a strong hand, open raise all fold, now in the CO with T9s opened to steal, the villain tried to re-steal. Ai raises the doubt, if I identify this 3bet as re-steal, what are my options? Take a 4bet? All in direct? (were we with a greeting stack), or just call and hit the flop?
Best option Considering that the villain was doing a re-steal, since he does this kind of play many times.
If he tries to resteal every single time, then you could wait until you have a good hand and 4-bet/shove. Make your stealing range tighter and use the fact that he is raising when you try to steal to trap him.
11th May 2018, 12:37 AM
Poker at: ACR,BOL
I'd stay away from escalating a mediocre all in hand like T9s into your tournament life. Wut the first poster said is probably the best advice. I check raise bluff resteal a lot and it work really well.
11th May 2018, 12:46 AM
Online Poker at: ACR
Well, ya gotta fold or go all in on a bluff.
18th May 2018, 7:08 PM
Game: omaha h/l
if the player always does that the best thing is that you expect a strong hand, and try to deceive him and make him fall into your trap, sometimes we get cloudy when an opponent does that and we end up giving away our chips, just have a little patience.. GL
18th May 2018, 7:46 PM
Alexandr Svinarshyk 
Online Poker at: PokerStars
re: Poker & How to act against re-steal
My opinion needs to go to the end if he steals repeatedly