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Button vs Blind spot in the bubble stages of $5 deepstack tournament.
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January 10, 2017 - 7:17 am
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I’ve been cruising along in this tournament, and have over 100bb, double 2nd place, at this point as we are down to the final 70 odd. As part of this I’ve been aggressively ranging a wide range in late position with little opposition. 

The BB is a player who seems to have woken up to this, as he’s 3-betting 40% out of the BB in 10 opportunities now (not all against my opens). Over 132 hands he’s running 27,23,12.3 so definitely seems aggressive, and I have him tagged as a more competent player at the table who is more likely to play on dynamics than the others. 

So question is, what should be my range to 4bet shove? I felt my hand would play well enough if called and would have significant fold equity, while not necessarily overly affecting my own stack value. But, sometimes I think I undervalue keeping my chips and passing up some narrow opportunities. What range would people 4bet shove against the BB 3-bet range here? 

***** 888poker Hand History for Game 869248206 *****
$1,400/$2,800 Blinds No Limit Holdem – *** 09 01 2017 21:43:20
Tournament #94548571 $4.50 + $0.50 – Table #42 9 Max (Real Money)
Seat 4 is the button
Total number of players : 6
Seat 2: pbebnowski ( $178,970 )
Seat 3: SortaDen ( $150,469 )
Seat 4: ScotFish14 ( $310,709 )
Seat 6: vandamness ( $114,081 )
Seat 7: ArtjomsV ( $60,128 )
Seat 9: Fini5hHim ( $143,786 )
ArtjomsV posts ante [$350]
Fini5hHim posts ante [$350]
SortaDen posts ante [$350]
ScotFish14 posts ante [$350]
vandamness posts ante [$350]
pbebnowski posts ante [$350]
vandamness posts small blind [$1,400]
ArtjomsV posts big blind [$2,800]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to ScotFish14 [ 3d, 3s ]
Fini5hHim folds
pbebnowski folds
SortaDen folds
ScotFish14 raises [$5,600]
vandamness folds
ArtjomsV raises [$10,150]
ScotFish14 raises [$304,759]
ArtjomsV calls [$46,828]
** Dealing flop ** [ Jd, Jh, Th ]
** Dealing turn ** [ 5h ]
** Dealing river ** [ Ah ]
** Summary **

ScotFish14 shows [ 3d, 3s ]
ArtjomsV shows [ Ad, Qh ]
ArtjomsV collected [ $123,056 ]

 

Any other details required please ask 🙂 

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If you think V is 3betting light, and considering V is a little over 20bb, you should flat the 3bet with better hands, AQ+ TT+; and shove some other hands pre flop, for 4betting helps to know what kind of range you are opening.

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I doubt at these buy ins players have a 3bet fold range with 20bigs.

i d rather just flat and preserve a big stack which we can use to bully players later on.

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