This is a general question about reads and preflop ranges.
Villain MAWG is one of the most conservative players in an otherwise loose game.
Hero is YWG unknown to table.
Villain (300) opens UTG to 15 and Hero 3bets the BTN to 45. Villain now 4bets to 90.
4bets are so infrequent at 1/2 that I think Villain's range is at least as tight as QQ+, possibly KK+. My question is if reads can weight him towards KK+ or possibly toward a weaker hand.
Two thoughts: (1) If Villain is the type to limp-raise AA then we can reduce some number of AA combos. (2) The min-raise sizing from OOP is so weird. It strikes me as begging to be called. Does QQ ever use this sizing?
Given our reads, QQ for Hero is a clear fold. My question is: Is KK a shrug fold, shrug shove, snap shove, or maybe call/evaluate?