Originally Posted by EvertonGirl
I have just played a hand that a guy never 3bet on having quads, so I thought my FH was the winner.
I will sometimes take the chance but not if there is 2 overcards on the board and I am only holding 33. I have been scrutinised for playing low pocket pairs in the past because I was doing just that.
Something isn't making sense. If you're going to fold a set of 3s every time there are two overcards and somebody reraises you, just fold 33 all the time. Otherwise, you're an ATM for everyone at the table.
Also, not being sarcastic here, just want to make sure you know the long term results of flopping a set. There will be situations in which you can fold a set, like obvious flush or straight boards, but if you flop a bottom set on a dry board like Q83, you'll make a ton of money in the long run getting as many of your chips as possible into the middle. Sometimes you'll lose to a better set, but it won't matter because you'll have made so much money from the more common occurrence in which you win.