$1 NL HE MTT: Q6o on BB vs tight player on SB

Svetluj

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888Poker, Hold'em No Limit - 400/800 (100 ante) - 8 players
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UTG: 22,065 (28 bb)
UTG+1: 11,800 (15 bb)
MP: 22,245 (28 bb)
MP+1: 14,266 (18 bb)
CO: 89,991 (112 bb)
BU: 67,015 (84 bb)
SB: 52,924 (66 bb)
BB (Hero): 69,634 (87 bb)

Pre-Flop: (2,000) Hero is BB with Q 6
5 players fold, BTN calls 800, SB calls 400, Hero checks

Flop:
(3,200) 7 6 6 (3 players)
SB bets 1,600, Hero calls 1,600, BU folds

I'm just calling, but now thinking that raise were better option

Turn: (6,400) T (2 players)
SB bets 4,000, Hero raises to 12,000, SB raises to 50,424 (all-in),

I'm raising after big bet and SB jaming.
Hero????

BB (Hero) folds
Total pot: 30,400
SB wins 30,400

What do you think about my actions on flop and turn?
 
johnnylawford

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I think this is pretty standard to be honest, flatting trips on flop is optimal. You could have used a bit smaller sizing on turn, but it's really splitting hairs. You're definitely ahead of a ton of his range there (over pairs, combo draws, nut FD, AT, etc...). Here's the output if we assume no payout implications and if we take button out of the pot.1673385849960
 
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