Re: sauce123 - $50 NL Part 1
You said that the best hands to 3bet with are those which we cannot profitably flat call with in a given spot, and those that have high implied odds. Does this ever include small pp's?
19:30, table 1 - You 3bet J9s from the blinds, then c/c flop and turn and c/f river on T9226, and acknowledged that the turn should be a fold due to lack of knowledge on villains frequencies and ranges. Could you explain why you chose to take a c/c line in the first place as the preflop 3bettor instead of taking a line that would make the hand easier to play against an unknown? Does taking a passive line turn our hand too face-up and thereby put us in tough/-EV spots if villain is even remotely balanced?
22:30, table 2 - You said to always bet the KQ on QT8 double suited, which I of course agree with. What do you prefer on different turns when called? Are you usually going for only 2 streets of value against a reg in this spot, and if so, which 2 streets? I'm assuming flop and turn since the board is drawy? Also, what do you do when the turn card is scary and helps villains range? Do you like a turn check back and fold river? These questions are in the context of being against a relatively unknown villain who we have no real info on.