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Introduction by: Steve Sundberg Preface 1. The Preflop Warm Up 2. Preflop Hand Selection 3. Calling Raises 4. Isolating 5. Squeezing 7. Preflop Adjustments 9. The Postflop Warm Up Understanding Showdown Value All times are GMT The time now is Computer Technical Help Programming. User Name. Remember Me? Mark Forums Read. Books and Publications Discussion and reviews of books, videos, and magazines.
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Continuation betting with bluff hands out of position in multi way pots is usually going to be a losing proposition. The entire situation becomes odd if the isolator uses a wider range in this spot. Those hands are getting really good implied odds. Let's take a normal spot with full stacks where there is an open-limp in EP. If he is a looser player.
We have things to consider and questions to ask before we can come up with an optimal play. The Facing Of An Isolation There are times when we limp and get isolated and have an awkward decision to make. Using an even tighter range. When isolating multiple limpers we need to do so with a clear plan in mind.
Isolating like Axs KJs. Because wider ranges tend to offer less implied odds. If he is a tight player who tends to raise only with big hands. Usually we will need to be selective with the continuation bet due to the natural tendency for this pot to be MW on the flop.
It should also be noted. If the limper is a tight player. Against a stronger range. Now our plan can change a little bit as our pair gets higher and higher. These can be great 3-bet spots if a few conditions are satisfied: If there is any sort of 3-bet we are just folding as we would be risking too much for a low profitability set mine. If he is isolating a fish. Say we had 88 in this spot against a wide isolator with no callers: By that same token. We are privileged in this situation to be able to close action.
Isolating 55 Next we want to see what actually happened. If we know he will double barrel a ton in this spot. Take a common situation where there is an open-limp in MP. We want to be on the lookout for habitual isolators as they can provide a really nice profit for us if we attack them well. But there are things that we can check to make our life easier though.
Here we should set mine if our opponent isolates with a very strong range and we think there are implied odds. If he isolates wide. At that point we are getting 20x as a minimum. So if there are a few callers to us. Of course if we have our strongest hands we would want to 3-bet here for value KK and AA.
In this play we are risking 18bb for an 8. We don't really want to have to play postflop out as this play is designed to pick the post up now as opposed to later.
If it is high.
Isolating his range is stronger and thus we would get less folds from him. While we should always be on the lookout for profitable edges. If absolutely perfect conditions arise then we can take them. It can seem incredibly complicated due to the information necessary to do it correctly. But we see he doesn't seem to love folding to 3-bets in the few samples that have arisen thus far. So let's start the fun.
This chapter will deal with value 3-betting. Now we ask ourselves the basic question: The Value 3-Bet When we have a strong hand and are facing a raise. It folds to us on the button with QQ. The big thing we need to remember whenever we bet or raise is that we are doing so for one of two reasons: So a 3-bet here doesn't really get us much value. QQ is a very strong hand preflop and we consider a 3-bet. Chapter 5: If we ever 3-bet and no worse hands give us action and no better hands fold.
It will cover the necessary variables to consider. Against such a tight continuance range. Even though QQ is the third strongest hand preflop. Because we are in position.
We will be able to close action postflop. Either the 3-bet is going to be outright profitable. We just want to know how often we can expect a fold now. This gives our 3-bet more value and sets us up for a nice and profitable spot postflop.
The more aware he is.. The Bluff 3-Bet As the games get more and more aggressive. Because we are bluffing and looking for outright profitability. If we check out what his range looks like in PokerStove. He seems like he enjoys calling raises. Let's first look at an example. Bluff 3-betting is very simple. If we can expect an outright fold enough of the time. We can expect he will probably call much wider than the opponent in the first example.
So say we 3-bet. This is his original range O-range.
It folds to us in the BB with two random cards. If we don't expect him to outright fold enough. So we can look at this in a mathematical way: Range O. There are some other things we can tweak as well to make this play even more profitable. The last thing to do is just to check it with the math to make sure our bluff would show an outright profit. This is how great poker is played. Say we 3-bet up to Notice in this entire example we never once looked at our cards.
We looked at our opponent. Bigger bets tend to get less action. So if we are playing with a player who's range continues and folds the same amount. Players will continue more liberally against smaller bets. Even just a small difference of.
So let's first look at some sizes and see how often each size would need to work: This makes us tough to play against. We also don't want to reveal our hand strength in our sizing.
And smaller bets tend to get more action. We see that the small 2. Our Own Range.
Higher equity hands. We don't want to fall into the category of weighting the garbage part of 3-bet range too heavily against players that are paying attention. When bluff 3-betting we pretty much always want to know that it will be outright profitable. If we have information that they call the 3-bet a lot and fold to a CB in a 3-bet pot often.
The closer they are to each other. The further apart they are. Don't hesitate to 3-bet hands in late position. Remember that position is king. Of course.: There are effectively 6 different player types in poker: I will take it every time.
Future Folds. Always make sure we consider O-Range and C-Range. Our opponent understands and will push the fold button. As a default. Because we have to risk so much. We don't have information on unknowns. Nits usually have an O-Range and C-Range that are too close together to create a profitable bluff 3-bet. VB well. Because A-Fish and P-Fish don't fold often outright. A 3-bet that is outright breakeven can still be good if it gets called because our hand has equity.
A or K high boards are not conducive for getting paid off as smaller pairs shut down very quickly on them. This is the exact reason why AK should be 3-bet or folded in most situations. It also has a decent amount of value if we get called and go postflop.
So rather than mindlessly 3-bet. A 3-bet here will get called by almost all of that range. A lot of times players will flat call raises with AK preflop. Lots of players think they should call it and play it out. Playing AK can seem incredibly complicated. If we 3-bet AK preflop and win the pot outright. It is a semi-bluff hand that has it's value derived from fold equity.
But in doing that. And the times they do hit. UTG raises and it folds around to us. This section is going to be broken into playing AK and then playing a polarized versus depolarized range. The thing about AK is that it is a hand that is a semi-bluff. In reality. This should really only be done in super special situations that come up very rarely. Hands like AK. A polarized 3-bet range takes advantage of fold-rich environments.
Polarization means the poles of something. Players that do this usually don't pay attention to how balanced they are. This makes 4-betting him more and more attractive and profitable. A depolarized range 3-bets the mediumstrong hands like JJ or KQ. Let's say we figure out that Francis is a polarized 3-better. This kind of range gets direct value when it has the top part the AA and KK. We always want to add some buffer.
They come from the bottom side of his range. This is amazing information. We would. This gives us an idea on how often we can expect a 4-bet to work outright. There is nothing inherently wrong with a polarized range.
The issue for players that polarize is that they will sometimes too heavily weight their trash range. If a player is going to fold a large percentage of the time. Polarized ranges are the standard for 3-betters. If we think about how a 4-bet piechart would be made assuming the standard 3x open raise. Hands like So rather than flat or fold a hand like AJ or KQ.
This is because these types of hands will do much better with a positional-advantage. It should be said. Assuming the player understands folding as the pots gets larger. Lots of players not only do this in their 3-bet range. A depolarized range is a great range to use in position.
Which not only means that we need to be paying attention to how other players are approaching their ranges. The other side of the coin is a depolarized 3-bet range. This range. The CO is full stacked. If we were in the BB and it folded to us. A 3-bet now becomes a very valid option. It folds around to the CO who open raises to 3x. With all of that being said.
If we 3-bet and he calls. If our opponent has a range with many second best hands so the RIO shift from us. But if we 3-bet and he 4-bets. Let's take a spot where we have KQs in a full ring game.
Polarized vs. Our hand is ahead of his overall range. We should also get some extra folds preflop. And if we look back at the 3-bet size chart from earlier. Why risk more if we don't need to?
Keeping our size in this range is also helpful because it works both as a value size and a bluff size. Because we don't want to become exploitable with our sizing. There is a massive parlay going on when we size in this situation. This situation is fairly rare. We need to be very aware of our opponents when making size changes though.
These players usually don't ever want to fold things like AK or TT preflop. The standard sizing is usually 3x The Size Of A 3-Bet The size we decide to use is actually very important to the profitability of our 3-bet.
There is one specific instance in which we can utilize a larger 3-bet size with a value hand. As we have talked about many times already. A smaller size for value should keep more hands continuing based on basic bet theory. This is just to show that certain hands ranges do much better from certain positions. If we are in position and 3-bet. Against them. So make sure we are considering our hand strengths. The original raiser in these spots tends to react to a squeeze in one of two ways.
That is perfectly acceptable for an outright profitable 3-bet. There are 3 major things: We are squeezing the weak and dead money out of this pot. Take this example where there is a raise from MP1. Is he going to fight for it by flatting us or 4-bet-ing? Or is he going to fold and give up a lot? Well if we think he would only continue. If we were to 3-bet here. We also want to look at how he reacts when facing a 3b. If everything is favorable. Figure 6: MP2 calls. Chapter 6: Squeezing 73 A squeeze is a 3-bet when there has been an open raise and at least one caller.
If they give action with a wider range. The more information we have on our opponent. If that's the case. If so. It also won't work later because we have to fold facing a 4-bet. This will increase his continuance range. If they give action very tight and fold a lot. The Through Caller s Next. If he were a looser player. In this case. If he won't fold to the squeeze. If he is the kind of player to call the squeeze a lot and continue liberally postflop.
But if they call PF and fold to the CB a large percentage of the time. He might turn his into a 4-bet bluff to combat our squeeze.
We can also check his FoldvCBin3Bpot. Will he fold often and thus make the play outright profitable? We think his range is hands like QQ. We can check his Foldv3B stat. All we care about here is how he will react to the squeeze. So we really don't care if he calls the squeeze or folds to it. Assuming he calls our 3-bet often. We can use lots of stats from our HUD to piece together an image of our opponent. AT or KJ type hands.
Same thing if we have a K in our hand. If these players are through callers. We usually will only squeeze three players max so the open raiser and two through callers if the through callers are tight players and we have information on their folding frequencies.
We don't want to constantly try squeezing four players. Remember not to force this situation. Squeezing 75 the open raise with suited connectors. The Hand Selection Our hand selection in this spot is very important. But if the original raiser won't fold enough outright.
If a great squeeze play arises. If there are multiple through callers we should be more selective with our frequency. They will call wider ranges preflop making our outright profitability lower and they will float continuation bets more liberally not allowing our bluffs to work. We love hands that have blocker value as it gives us lots of power.
By having an A in our hand. Figure 7: Card Combinations. So if the open raiser goes to 3x. But because there are so many different parlays happening with this raise. If the original raiser has a wider O-range and tight C-range.
If the open raise is to 4x and there are two through callers. They can notch flops versus their C-Ranges. The Squeeze Size A good baseline to use is 3. This is only a guideline as the sizing here is an art. We can also. Position with this range is vital though. If we are bluffing and think we can get it through for cheaper. We need to make sure we give ourselves a good enough price for working against the original raiser.
Let's review this given three different 3-bet ranges. If we know this person has a tendency to spew postflop when they 3-bet. This play can revolutionize our game and create a favorable dynamic for us as today's games continue to become more aggressive preflop.
When we have these big hands we usually want to create the biggest pots possible. Chapter 7: It folds back to us and it is our option. Because of the amount of money risked to 4-bet. Against a very liberal 3-bet range.
Let's take this example at 50NL. The Value 4-Bet There are times. Flatting is an option. So we want to talk about what constitutes a good 4-bet spot. We can 4-bet to induce some 5-bet shoves by bluffs.
Against a player with a tight 3-bet range. While a player might 3-bet QQ or JJ sometimes. Or we could flat and play postflop against this person.
Players that 3-bet super tight PF should either be 4-bet with AA. If they would 5-bet bluff shove a lot. Hands that are strong. If he is more apt to call our 4-bet with many second best hands. But against a player who is positionally aware. AK is a bluff hand and should usually be folded.
If they wouldn't make many mistakes to the 4-bet. We would consider 4-betting here if his 3-bet range is wide and he would make some mistakes versus our 4-bet. Against an aggressive resteal range we have a very strong hand. If they are super aggressive with AK and would always stack it off preflop. If our opponent were a very tight player who just wouldn't bluff 3-bet.
While hand strengths are always judged on a sliding scale what is nuttish versus one opponent could be a bluff versus another. The difficult part of talking about value 4-betting is when we talk about hands like AK or QQ.
Say it folds to us on the button with AK. The same rationale that leads us to not flat calling open-raises with AK leads us to usually folding or reraising in a spot like this. AK becomes more of a value hand. Let's look at a standard situation. As pots begin to get more positional. While it isn't paired. But if we steal AK from the CO and get restolen by an aggressive guy in the blinds.
Like everything we do. Let's look at our options: Everything we do is based on our opponents and their actions. If they do something badly. If we are unsure. Let's review some factors that make for a great bluff 4-bet situation: The Bluff 4-Bet Bluff 4-betting is a great way to combat aggressive games. If they tend to 3-bet and spew postflop. And if our opponent starts turning trash into 5-bet bluffs. His 3-bet range is too strong and we don't expect to solicit enough folds by making a bluff 4-bet.
The big thing to take away from this section is sliding hand strengths and thinking about how to best exploit our opponents. We like players. If they tend to get too aggressive in positional pots. We'll keep the other factors constant. But we should strive to play with as much information and knowledge as possible so our actions are more exploitative and optimal. As 3-bet ranges continue to get wider and more aggressive.
If they tend to call 4-bets too liberally. We could also adjust by tightening up PF and being able to fight back with more of a value range.
While blockers aren't the crux of a good 4-bet strategy. When we are bluffing we are usually only interested in outright profitability. We want to make sure that the size blends in with our value size. Our Perceived Range If we want a bluff 4-bet to work. Against thinking players. Size The size of a 4-bet can drastically alter the profitability of our bluff. Blockers Having blockers in our hand can be great and make it harder for our opponent to have a larger C-Range. Because most players don't call a 4-bet with a range that they are going to fold much postflop.
Neither option is great for us nor the profitability of our bluff 4-bet. We don't care if our opponent continues by shoving or by flatting. Often times very aggressive players tend to amp up their 5-bet range. So if we are playing incredibly LAG.
He might decide to 5-bet a larger percentage of his range. Let's look at this versus three different players: Many players make the mistake of forcing bluff 4-bet spots. A5s isn't strong enough to call. Because most nits. Against this player. P-Fish tend to love pushing the call button. It should also be noted that if we expect to get 3-bet a ton by this guy. A P-Fish should have a relatively strong 3-bet range as he is a tighter player when it comes to raising preflop hands.
Let's look at an example to make sure we are thinking about this spot correctly. The most popular nuttish parts of the range are this: An A-Fish will be more aggressive. While that is good in that it makes his O-Range wide. The part that will continue versus our 4-bet.