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Donkey Test NLHE: 3betting and facing a 3bet - Poker Theory - General Poker Theory Forum All IMHO. Hey guys. I wrote a similar article about a month ago, but did more research and wanted to release a new version. This is just a pretty standard 3bet article for beginning and intermediate players (and myself, as I write). I think there are at least a few somewhat newer players that will appreciate this post, so I hope you enjoy. Also, if I screwed up any math or something...sorry. Historycliffnotes for lazy people:- Everyone 3bets a merged value range.- Everyone realizes that 4bets are really big in No Limit, and folding JJ preflop sucks A long time ago, when online games were passive and nits made millions, people were 3betting a merged (depolarized) range preflop. Games became incredibly tight in 3bet scenarios as a result. It’s important to understand why 3betting ATC was good when it was…and that is because there were two types of players: people who folded to the 3bet OOP, and people who called and check-folded the flop. This is where the idea of Polarization comes in...
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Classifying Bets And Raises Part 3 - Aggression Is Overrated - CardSharp part 1, part 2 The 10 most aggressive players in Vegas are broke - Bob Ciaffone in Improve Your Poker This is probably going to piss some people off, but Bob’s exactly right. For the last 25 years, the poker literature has been pulling a bit of a con on unsuspecting players by claiming in almost unmitigated terms that aggression is good. However, before I continue, we have to figure out exactly what it is we’re talking about. The third definition is a little more interesting. hands he will fold | Hands he will call or raise with <---------------------------------------------------------> worst---------------Opponent Range------------------best The key point was the dividing line in the middle that split the hands he would fold to a bet from those he would call or raise with. If you were paying close attention, I actually tipped my hand last paragraph and explained why aggression is overrated. Now, having said that, you may wonder if ol’ Wayne is leading you astray here.
(Simple?) 3-bet Scenario - High Stakes Poker Pot Limit and No Limit - High Stakes Poker Forum Since the dude is good and aggressive we're assuming he's capable of CRing AI with a lot of stuff on the flop and could possible be slowplaying a monster right now. Anyways, as to the answer to your "How much does it matter" question I think we'd have to look at 1) how likley am I to fold a better hand when I flop nothing? 2) how likely am I to get called/raised by a worst hand if I flop something? Now, with A2 and KJ a "missed flop" would consist of all little cards (or some variant of Q52 or something) and if we C-bet in these positions we are unlikely to fold QQ-66 from a smart/thinking player. However, if 88 or 75s misses the flop (like say AQ4) and then we C-bet, we are more likely to fold better hands such as JJ-66 and of course we will fold if we get CR'd all in (which we would have done with A2s and KJo anyways). Now let's say we flop a BIG hand with these hands, which one is most likely to get paid off? - Villian totally won't see it coming.
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