Posted this in another strategy forum, but wanted to see what the community at SOP thinks.
I'm looking for a little confirmation here about a fold I made preflop. I think it's pretty standard, but another player whom I respect disagreed with me.
V1 is early 20s and one of the better players in the game. He plays a mixed style, definitely capable of big moves and switching gears, but I suspect he's actually more solid than his image would suggest. He is seated two seats to V2's left.
V2 stormed into the room a couple weeks ago having recently turned 21. He has played "millions of hands" online. He immediately began to annihilate the game, and is up a large amount in a very short number of sessions. He is SLAG, with very high 3bet and overbet frequencies. I would say he's literally the most aggressive player I've seen in years. The entire table dynamic is revolving around his style. To put it in perspective: by the end of the night, we were playing 6 handed. All 5 seats to his left were full. The three seats to his right were empty.
Both villains are at least 20k deep, and are involved in a lot of preflop pissing matches. Hero is handcuffed two spots to V2's right.
Hero has $4200. I've been forced to play very tight so far this session. I have no history with SLAG, and only a handful of brief sessions with V1. I'm 90% sure both villains view me as a bad rec player, which is my preferred image.
Action 7 handed:
V1 opens UTG to $100
Hero calls AJss
V2 raises in SB to $600
V1 tank calls
I tank for a full minute. And fold.
Anyone call this pre? Both villains can have wide ranges in this spot. What is your preflop calling range in position against two hyper aggressive, very good villains for 12% of your stack?