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  • 3-bet getting called

    What happens if your 3-bet gets flat called? What do you do post-flop? And how much does position factor into how one approaches this type of situation?
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    ** moved to basic Poker Education & Beginners Questions **
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    • #3
      It totally depends on the table dynamics... how the others are playing, what type of tourney, etc.

      John (JWK24)
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      • #4
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        What if your 3-bet gets flat called in a deep stack no limit hold'em tournament? What if your 3-bet gets flat called in a sitngo tournament? How would you approach these situations?
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        • #5
          Every situation will be different. The answer needs to be based on table dynamics... the same thing will not work in every situation.

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          • #6
            It also depends on what your hand is and what cards appear on the flop!

            e.g. If I've got AA, I'm usually happy to stack it off on most flops in 3-bet pots. If I was getting creative with T9s, I'm probably not doing much with it on "bad" flops.
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