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NL 10 Zoom; AQo; How to play profitable vs tiny 3-bets

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  • NL 10 Zoom; AQo; How to play profitable vs tiny 3-bets

    Hi,

    I am not sure how to proceed vs min-3 bets or tiny 3-bets. I feel I get the right price to call them, but I often fold to further aggression if I miss. This fit or fold style can not be profitable in theese spots. I have a good example hand.



    [replay hand_id=394906 type=ps title_id=2 showControls=1 themePath=table_PS_560x386.jpg lang=en gameEntity=0 hash=A688355621]

    Only 10 hands on villin (VPIP: 30 / PFR: 20 ) and low aggression, although those are not reliable stats of course.

    This is my first post in this hand analysis forum, i hope i got the instructions right for the replayer.

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    I would have played the hand the same way as you did

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    • #3
      Hi almightybald,

      small 3bets especially by weaker players can oftentimes be made with wide ranges. I feel that most recreational players who take such lines do that on a "oh that hand looks nice" basis.

      Since min3bets give you odds of around 1:3 you only need to realise the equity of your hand ~25% of the time. This pretty much "legalizes" a fit-or-fold style with at least some hands in your range. With AQ here and on a dry board you could also peel one card off since you have position (can take away the pot when he signals weakness later), have 2 overs and might be up against a wider range from a weaker player (still have the best hand).

      What I do in spots like these is trying to judge the profitability of a call based on:

      - odds
      - villaintype
      - stacksize
      - position
      - hand strength
      - playability
      - implied odds

      In your spot I would definitely put a checkmark on all of them.
      Live Trainer



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