11:34 in 3B pot on K97 rainbow.
We called with AQo IP and villain checks. At this point were not sure what he's doing but we suspect like a 9 or 7 going for pot control. Is your default line to check back flop with our SDV? or should we look to barrel this 3 streets right away and see what happens?
Showdown value implies that when we get to showdown we'll have the best hand some of the time. If we put most of his range on pairs, than our Ace high doesn't have much value. When someone caps their range in this spot usually I'm looking for ways to start winning the pot, until I have a reason not to.
So in this spot would you usually look to 3 barrel as a default vs a reg?
22:15 we have 65s and the guy has been 3-betting a ton already.
Do you think it's +EV to flat this and make a play and a lot of flops (gutshots, flushdraws maybe turn low pairs into bluffs etc) ?
I do think that this is a viable option, but you want to have a good idea of what you're going to be doing postflop. You can't just say I'll make some moves and then fold everytime that you don't flop a combo draw or 2pr+. Your opponent's 3betting range and tendencies in 3bet pots are going to be important to factor in how to best play against them 3betting a lot.
Yeah that's what I tend to do. Just attack with any gutshot, str8 draw or pair. But I looked now and saw you only hit 1/4 times so I'm not sure if that's enough and means I need to be attacking some boards with 0% equity too.