set over set in 3-bet.. Standard Cooler???

Onix1708Onix1708 Pune, IndiaRed Chipper Posts: 99 ✭✭
edited April 4 in Online Poker Hands
hi,
Your thoughts if this was a standard cooler???
here it is
Hand History driven straight to this forum with DriveHUD Poker HUD and Database Software

NL Holdem $0.02(BB)
HJ ($2.02) [VPIP: 26.7% | PFR: 0% | AGG: 20% | 3-Bet: 0% | Hands: 15]
CO ($4.14) [VPIP: 15.9% | PFR: 11.8% | AGG: 29.7% | 3-Bet: 4.3% | Hands: 445]
BTN ($1.94) [VPIP: 35.8% | PFR: 11.3% | AGG: 50.8% | 3-Bet: 3.2% | Hands: 272]
SB ($1.98) [VPIP: 20% | PFR: 12.9% | AGG: 23.3% | 3-Bet: 9.7% | Hands: 86]
BB ($2.48) [VPIP: 22.1% | PFR: 19.2% | AGG: 32.6% | 3-Bet: 10% | Hands: 175]
UTG ($1.94) [VPIP: 13.9% | PFR: 0.9% | AGG: 19.7% | 3-Bet: 1.9% | Hands: 450]
EP ($2.68) [VPIP: 16.1% | PFR: 12.9% | AGG: 38.2% | 3-Bet: 4.5% | Hands: 124]
HERO ($2.47) [VPIP: 23.8% | PFR: 14.6% | AGG: 28.5% | 3-Bet: 5.5% | Hands: 30492]
MP2 ($1.95) [VPIP: 21.8% | PFR: 5.7% | AGG: 19.4% | 3-Bet: 0% | Hands: 87]

Dealt to Hero: :TC: :TC:

UTG Checks, EP Raises To $0.06, HERO Raises To $0.25, MP2 Folds, HJ Folds, CO Folds, BTN Folds, SB Folds, BB Folds, UTG Folds, EP Calls $0.19

Hero SPR on Flop: [4.04 effective]
Flop ($0.55): :TH: :KS: :7H:
EP Checks, HERO Checks

Turn ($0.55): :2S:
EP Bets $0.26 (Rem. Stack: 2.17), HERO Raises To $1.09 (Rem. Stack: 1.13), EP Raises To $2.43 (allin), HERO Calls $1.13 (allin)

River ($5.20): :QH:

EP shows: :KH: :KC:

EP wins: $4.68

Comments

  • LeChiffreLeChiffre NetherlandsRed Chipper Posts: 510 ✭✭✭
    edited April 5
    You're asking the wrong question.

    Should you 3-bet pre?
    Should you check back flop?
    Should you raise turn and call the shove? Raise and fold? Just call?

    At any decision point, what is the purpose of your actions? Why? Do they accomplish those goals? What range do you put your opponent on before and after you take an action? And a bit more advanced: what range would YOU do this with?

    These are questions you should be asking instead, not just for your own improvement but also for the sake of this forum.
  • Onix1708Onix1708 Pune, IndiaRed Chipper Posts: 99 ✭✭
    LeChiffre wrote: »
    You're asking the wrong question.

    Should you 3-bet pre?
    Should you check back flop?
    Should you raise turn and call the shove? Raise and fold? Just call?

    At any decision point, what is the purpose of your actions? Why? Do they accomplish those goals? What range do you put your opponent on before and after you take an action? And a bit more advanced: what range would YOU do this with?

    These are questions you should be asking instead, not just for your own improvement but also for the sake of this forum.
    Great tip
    So i tried working it out. since V raises utg +1 his range should be tighter than his PFR. His PFR is 16, so getting tighter his PFR should be around 10.
    Now When i 3 bet 0.25 in 0.11 pot, Considering it to be a bluff, the Bet needs to work 69% of the time.
    Now V 3 -bet caling or 4 bet range is 4.5%. Considering early position 3 bet, if we assume V contines only with KK+/Ak, The Villian should continue 2.11%. so V should fold about 7.89% of times.

    So it seems V 3 bet can be made here. Maybe rest player left to act can change the dynamic. Also

    So by math is this still a 3 bet?

    Also Postflop
    on turn i m ahead of 18 combinations of 1p/overpair and 1 combination of nut flush draw.
    I m behind 3 combinations that make a set.
    Overall i have 83% equity on this spot against 3 bet call range.

    So does this call still make sense?


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