I'm thinking about the bet sizing on the flop.
To me paired board means it's harder to hit so you don't need to bet that much, so ½ pot is fine when you consider that. But...
Mate if these are all recent hands, I would take a break.
Would also say - that hand where you got TT in bvb was probably fine (not sure there weren't others which were also fine).
This is old advice handed down from parents to our children.
People who are successful these days - most of them didnt get university qualifications and move their way up ...
Ok, thanks - it's always interesting to get perspectives on live player types, as I'm not very experienced live.
This is purely out of curiosity, not challenge: why do you think he would raise a set here?
Agree w/ OP that vill will 4bet bluff a lot CO v BU at 50nl. makes this a pretty clear 3bet especially when you don't know his post flop tendencies.
1) Again, don't like call pre w/ the range you assign him.
2) Don't see what you rep by raising (spr is too low for a decent hand to want to raise here + you don't have any sets in yo...
If you're tight, you've turned you're hand face up to most players will basic hand reading skills.
You're bloody damn right!
Oooh yeeeaah bring it
Yep, should be (making the assumptions that you clearly intend to make re him never folding etc.):
EV(shove) = (.289 *$7.06 - .711*$3.56) = -$0.49