This is a discussion on $10 NLHE 6-max: Wtf im supposed to do here.:) within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Villain is a winning reg, he can have all A9s A6s combos, because I 3bet a lot, i think he wouldnt jam combo draws on
Villain is a winning reg, he can have all A9s A6s combos, because I 3bet a lot, i think he wouldnt jam combo draws on the turn + maybe bet bigger on the turn? like 75%, I give him good price to call and see the river, so I guess mostly folding? feels bad tho, if we play 500z probably easy call. or should I just jam turn myself to unleash my punting range?
I like your game in this hand. The villain perceives all the aces in your range, so he can comfortably push with his winning hands. His most likely bluff hould be TPTK, but since you 3-bet a high % of the time, you are blocking many broadways type hands, such as QK and QJ. So it increases the chance of you isolating yourself with the top of his range. That for this texture it should contain all the pockets that were defended preflop and are now sets. He might even have defended here with the absolute nuts (78s).
In my opinion, this is a good fold. You were quite aggressive and took the initiative. But you were able to stop in time. The villain can have many different hands (AT, A9, A6, 78, or even set). He is afraid of the flush draw, so he decided to push now.
Having trouble reconciling these descriptions, ranges, and reads. Is he really a good reg if he's calling 5x 3 bets with A6s? If he is calling that wide then why will he never jam a combo draw? How does he play his combo draws then? If he thinks you're 3B too much then how does he play his AJ or AQ? Does he just very infrequently raise vs a double barrel? On one hand you are saying that you are 3B wide so he is calling wide. On the other hand you are saying he doesn't have bluffs or even strong combo draws and mostly has us beat here. It's hard for both things to be true unless he is very unbalanced and only fires off with strong value. If that is the case then good fold. But if he thinks we are raising too often and rarely have a strong enough top pair to stack off then we need to defend at some frequency.
re: Poker & $10 NLHE 6-max: Wtf im supposed to do here.:)
Played fine. Sometimes you can check the turn. There won't be a big mistake in folding this hand. But you need to look at your opponent carefully, what is his image at the table and what he thinks of you. Sometimes, depending on these factors, you need to call in a given spot.