UTG (~$1700) is often a passive player. He tends to like to x/c a lot with top pair type hands.
UTG+1 (~3k) is a pretty solid pro, capable of making big moves in spots.
CO (~5k) is another pro. Can make big moves and be spewy, but generally tries to wait for a big hand to get a lot of chips in.
BTN (~2k) is too aggro in spots.
Hero - SB (~2100) reg, think I’m perceived as a good player, though maybe too loose in spots.
BB - (3k) MAWG reg
UTG limps, UTG+1 limps, CO raises to $70, BTN calls...
Hero in SB sees QQ. This is generally a clear-cut 3bet, but CO’s raise is bigger than normal (i’d expect most of his opens to be $40-$50 after limpers, maybe $60 here after two limpers), and I’m expecting a big pair a ton knowing that he tends to size up with them. I also am worried that CO will 4bet AK, so it’s not such an easy 3bet/fold spot, but not a spot I really want to gii pre either.
Furthermore, I think BTN will have a fairly strong range when he flats the 7x raise (but certainly not KK+, and probably not AK).
Hero elects to call. Thoughts?
BB calls. UTG calls, UTG+1 calls.
I think all of these players will show up with a lot of SCs, suited broadways, small to medium pocket pairs, Axs type hands. Though UTG+1 probably opens a lot of these hands.
Flop goes 6way ($420)
FWIW, Hero has Qd.
Everybody including CO check, and BTN bets $350.
I think CO may choose to check his entire range on this board with this many players, so I am still not convinced he doesn’t have JJ+ and is trying to prevent a x/r. However, I feel like I’m well ahead of BTN’s range, which I think will be a lot of pocket pairs, some draws, and maybe some random stabs with overcards.
Any merit to raising here?
Would have anybody preferred a lead on flop?
Are we ok with my thinking preflop?