Been waiting for your videos for a long time man.
Villain plays 16/15 over 784 hands.
Don't have much reads on him but he looks pretty decent.
No history between us.
His aggression freq on each street is 52/43/38.
Is raising the flop on board as dry as this really profitable in long run vs a nit?
Most of the time we only fold out all of his air.
And I don't think he's gonna call our turn bet wit...
Yeah I think potting the flop with middle pair in 3-way pot isn't that good.
We still have MP1 behind us and have no idea what he will do in this spot although he's a fish too.
So villain did show up with JJ.
Not trying to be result oriented.
I really thought of folding for 5 sec when he suddenly over shoves river but I ended up calling.
How about 4betting from the blinds?
Like when u 3bet fish opening from MP or CO and facing a 4bet from SB or BB.
Honestly, I rarely find Js~Qs or AK in this spot.
In today's early session, I was dealt KK 3 times on different tables.
I 3bet my Ks vs bad players opening from UTG and MP.
Then I was facing a 4bet from behind.
And every time ...
umm raise the flop maybe?
And don't slowplay turn to fold this river imo.
That certainly came across my mind.
But then, I thought raising on ...
I think there's a lot of worse 2 pair hands a 41/11 can have that makes this a trivial call, let alone the times he bluffs spades.
Could do with knowing his AF to be sure ...
Fish is playing 48/13 with 3bet of 5% over 86 hands.
He did this vs me before but I folded that time since I had air.
Would you hero call his stupid shoves on the flop?