re-raising a 3bet from UTG on the Button

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Gamer4455

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This could be from any position. The above is just an example. Ok you have KK on the button, and UTG makes a 3bet. Do you move all in, re-raise or flat call? What I'm getting at is the fact that many times KK runs into AA with all in moves. I mean, would it be better to see a flop and hoping a K will come? And if an A comes maybe you could get away from the hand. But then there are the times when neither an A or K comes. For sure, in that case, it probably will end up all in. I'm not sure if this makes good sense. Well I'm just going to post it. GL all
 
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Villain might have AK, QQ-JJ and some weaker suited hands. KK is too strong to play as a set miner. When you face 3bet, you want to make a small 4bet.
 
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I would play 4 bets preflop, about 2.7-3.2 sizing. On the flop I would bet 1 / 3-1 / 2 of the pot. You can't feel his range by calling the pot-bet on the flop. Or you can just all-in on his 3-bet on preflop.
 
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Thanks for the replies you guys. Both of you guys make sense. It's really what I was wanting to hear. When you make the 4bet, would that make the other player move all in? Is that what I'm really wanting to happen? GL today you guys
 
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