Sorry if this seems really standard ive been on a big down swing recently and I feel like ive lost a bit of confidence in my ability to make the right play....
SB is a big fish 39/19 he calls alot pre flop and post flop. BB is a weaker reg .
I'm not sure what BB is leading on the flop HP, I thought all his leading range would bet much bigger. i doubt he ever leads a straight and if he has a set he would lead closer to pot i presume. I want to keep the fish in the pot with hands he'l overplay should i hit flush so I flat. Is this optimal or does anyone think raising is better?
On the turn I bet to build my implied odds v weaker flushes but again im wondering whether this is really any good. SB is gonna have a load of pair + SD/FD and i doubt he folds any of those here so I have no fold equity. Im planning on bluffing broadway rivers to get him to fold hands like 85/87/86 etc although there is a chance he clicks call anyway.
On the river I felt it was close between value betting and checking back. All thoughts welcome, cheers!
iPoker - £1 NL - Holdem - 3 players
Hand converted by PokerTracker 3
Hero (BTN): £113.90
posts SB £0.50, BB posts BB £1.00
Pre Flop: (£1.50) Hero
Hero raises to £2.00
calls £1.50, BB calls £1.00
Flop: (£6.00, 3 players)
checks, BB bets £3.00
calls £3.00, SB
Turn: (£15.00, 3 players)
checks, BB checks, Hero bets £10.00
calls £10.00, fold
River: (£35.00, 2 players)