$5 NLHE 6-max: Trips in 3 bet pot, struggle with aggresion.

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Rajten

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partypoker, Hold'em No Limit - $0.02/$0.05 - 6 players
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Player3 (UTG): $8.64 (173 bb)
Player4 (MP): $5.14 (103 bb)
Player5 (CO): $5.00 (100 bb)
Hero (BU): $5.00 (100 bb)
Player1 (SB): $8.51 (170 bb)
Player2 (BB): $5.58 (112 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($0.07) Hero (Hero) is BTN with A♠ J♥
Player3 (UTG) raises to $0.15, Player4 (MP) calls $0.15, 1 fold, Hero (BU) 3-bets to $0.55, 2 players fold, Player3 (UTG) calls $0.40, Player4 (MP) calls $0.40

Flop: ($1.72) 4♣ A♥ Q♣ (3 players)
Player3 (UTG) checks, Player4 (MP) checks, Hero (BU) checks

Turn: ($1.72) A♦ (3 players)
Player3 (UTG) bets $1.23, Player4 (MP) folds, Hero (BU) calls $1.23

River: ($4.18) 9♠ (2 players)
Player3 (UTG) bets $6.86 (all-in), Hero (BU) calls $3.22 (all-in)

I am beated by Ak, QQ, and AQ, it is foldable? No stats on villain.
 
DrazaFFT

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why dont we c-bet flop?
you're putting all your money anyway why is x/xc/xc better that b/b/b? when youre having the initiative you can always check back river if youre thinking that you cant be called by worse.

As played would rather raise turn than call
 
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What size of bet do you suggest on flop?
 
DrazaFFT

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It actually depends on what do you want on this post-flop. I wouldn't concern much about what bet size i would take, it's a dry high cards board, do we bet to steal or do we bet for value, we don't have many worse hands that we could take value from. KQ eventually by a regular or worse ace and random high card draws by loose players. Actually now after looking at it again, I have a concern with 3betting AJo vs UTG, is that your standard 3bet range for value vs UTG cuz its a bad hand post-flop if you're betting as a 3bet bluff. This puts us post-flop in a bad situation with UTG having a pretty narrow range that consists of hands that you've mentioned in OP. If you've had him on that range that flop is check back and fold turn if you had him on anything else you should've put half a pot on flop and turn eventually check back river
 
Aballinamion

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partypoker, Hold'em No Limit - $0.02/$0.05 - 6 players
Hand delivered by Upswing Poker - https://upswingpoker.com/convert

Player3 (UTG): $8.64 (173 bb)
Player4 (MP): $5.14 (103 bb)
Player5 (CO): $5.00 (100 bb)
Hero (BU): $5.00 (100 bb)
Player1 (SB): $8.51 (170 bb)
Player2 (BB): $5.58 (112 bb)

Pre-Flop: ($0.07) Hero (Hero) is BTN with A♠ J♥
Player3 (UTG) raises to $0.15, Player4 (MP) calls $0.15, 1 fold, Hero (BU) 3-bets to $0.55, 2 players fold, Player3 (UTG) calls $0.40, Player4 (MP) calls $0.40

Flop: ($1.72) 4♣ A♥ Q♣ (3 players)
Player3 (UTG) checks, Player4 (MP) checks, Hero (BU) checks

Turn: ($1.72) A♦ (3 players)
Player3 (UTG) bets $1.23, Player4 (MP) folds, Hero (BU) calls $1.23

River: ($4.18) 9♠ (2 players)
Player3 (UTG) bets $6.86 (all-in), Hero (BU) calls $3.22 (all-in)

I am beated by Ak, QQ, and AQ, it is foldable? No stats on villain.

I think you should try to make a small c-bet flop for value and protection, ever since we aren't expecting so many AQ and AK on Villains' ranges.

Regards;

Carlos 'Aballinamion' Barbosa
 
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