This is a discussion on $10 NLHE 6-max: JJ 3bet pot within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Hold'em No Limit - $0.05/$0.10 - 6 players
UTG (Hero): $11.10 (111 bb)
MP: $7.26 (73 bb)
CO: $11.67 (117 bb)
BU: $10.00 (100 bb)
SB: $19.11 (191 bb)
a decent player would play all pairs and ak this way so you just need to make the decision based on player action in previous jands
Unless I am very out of touch the majority of players at 10nl aren't 3betting 22-99 here oop vs an UTG open are they? They can definitely flat behind, but 3betting?
I feel like OP's range that they've assigned is a little wide too, JTs-KTs I feel isn't 3betting oop a lot either, and if called doesn't barrel the turn, unless we have reads and villain is aggro.
As played I think this is fine apart from opening bigger pre, as has already been said we need to punish villains for calling too wide and then giving up, flop call is fine, thats a big old bet OTT which I think massively polarises him to big pairs and AKc/AQc.
The more I think I about it, the more I dislike the turn fold. I think that calling another bet is fine, although I also think that against many opponents a raise could be in order, since the board hits the OP's range more than it hits the Villain's.
That's def not his range that you posed, it's significantly wider. You need some SC's, and some other Ax hands in there. At 111bbs, this is a turn shove. You want to get him in now with all his combo draws and draws. His sizing is fishy, so I'd consider a fold if his aggression was low over 30+ hands at least. Otherwise, you shouldn't be folding this, even at 10nl.