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V1: Unknown 40s white guy who has been at the table for about an hour. I know all the regs in this player pool and he isn't one of them, but so far he seems to be playing similarly to an average reg. I played one pot with him in which the effective stack was $500, I opened TT $15 from HJ, he 3b! $40 from CO, and I called. He cbet $60 on a flop of J-3-6 two-tone; I check-called, and then folded to his $130 bet on an offsuit 6 turn card. He showed me KK. He probably views me as TAGy.
V2: 40s white-guy reg who typically starts the $3/$5 game weekday mornings. It's now late Sunday night. I've never seen him play the $2/$3 game, and there are currently two tables of the $5 game with an open seat so I know he isn't waiting to get in his normal game. He has been at the table for about 2 hours and seems to be playing his typical solid style, with the significant exception of frequently making very small sized raises over limper(s). We played a pot where there was an MP limper, V2 raises to $8 from the LJ with $180eff, two regs called from CO & BU, and I 3b! $55 from the SB with J♣ T♣ . The limper folded, V2 called, CO and BU fold. I cbet $50 on A♦ 5♣ 9♠ , he insta-jammed, and I folded. He likely views me as a TAGy reg.
Sunday night casino game, $2/$3 blinds, $700 effective stacks.
UTG $12, V1 UTG+1 calls, V2 CO calls, BB calls,
($44 after rake
BB x, H ?
What's your plan here? What line is most EV?
Let's assume the action goes as follows:
H cbets $15, V1 quickly raises to $55, V2 cold-calls, and BB folds, now H ?
What's your plan here?
Thanks for your thoughts!