Originally Posted by tinygoldfish
you say 96o should be a flat preflop, can you elaborate on what tipe of hands you would put in your 3bet range?
would you use the strongest hands you can't flat or a mixed strategy with some of your stronger semibluffing hands like T8s,Q6s,etc?
Generally not going to used a mixed strategy for any hands preflop, except if I am experimenting with something. If I did, it generally wouldnt be a hand like Q6s, but might be something like 98s. Im very confident I can profitably flat 96o. That hand was vs cubkille right? If so, he was folding enough to 3bets for me to 3bet it, but he was also doing something in SRP's that made me not want to 3bet very much vs him. At the time I felt like it was sort of a wash where what he was doing in SRP negated the advantage of 3betting bluffs.
Originally Posted by tomjetland
I like the content, nice video! Would love to see you playing live for some vids though.
On the hand where you overbet 200 in 100 on A77ssc xc Q with T7.. you said you would move Ax hands into your overbetting range, but what do when he shoves for 150 more? it's a mandatory call right?
I think realistically you are better off just calling 7x. To bluff, he has to basically turn Ax into a bluff there, which means our bluff catchers are calling to chop, which means we can optimally fold a lot. Plus if you hold an Ace it makes 7x more likely for him relative to bluffs, and vice versa if you hold 7x. I think overbetting Ax is probably not good actually though now that I think about it- except AK/AQ. Probably best to check back Ax. Ofcourse if you know he checkraises all 7x on flop then overbetting is fine.