This is a discussion on $5 NLHE 6-max: TT OOP in 3bet squeeze pot. within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; OK, should we be 3 bet squeezing here? SB is a fish 20/11. Best case scenario is UTG folds, SB calls. The opposite happens here
Your line looks like you have AQ+ here maybe with an additional passive flush draw. I would double barrel this run out for 2/3-3/4 pot on the turn with a diamond blocker and over pair. x/eval is probably best on the river to let the missed flush draws bluff if V calls turn. If V raises over our double barrel we can probably let it go until we have better reads. I think in general, your passive lines tend to lead to Vs try to steal with aggression any time you slow down. It's going to limit your wins since you wont be building large pots even with overpairs and other strong hands. It does not limit your losses though. As you move up you'll be in a lot of tough positions against wide ranges where you'll have to make big reads in large pots.
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Originally Posted by teh_colonel_saigon
OK, should we be 3 bet squeezing here? SB is a fish 20/11. Best case scenario is UTG folds, SB calls. The opposite happens here though.
V is 27/18 over 70 hands, he's been 3 bet 2x and hasn't folded to those. So maybe it was a bad spot. He has 4bet with AKo though.
ITH it's hard to put him on anything specific... JJ? Maybe 77?
River:(105.6 BB, 2 players) 5♠ Hero checks, UTG bets 186 BB and is all-in, fold
UTG wins 100.4 BB
The Squeeze in this situation is awesome if we do Squeeze and only the player in the SB calls. UTG can always display JJ+ in scenarios like this or simply overplay us on later streets.
When UTG calls it sucks and it is better for us to be checking OOP with almost our entire range, even when we do 3-bet preflop.
I don't see many bluffs on UTG's range in this hand.