Two hands that I played with QQ preflop from two different sessions. One of the Villains is involved in both hands.
V1- Asian is his 50s. Limps almost his entire range preflop, including aces, but will also call 3! with SCs or offsuit broadways. (I've never seen him raise AA or KK preflop or 4!).
V2- An aggressive player that plays way too wide preflop and likes to 3! hero.
V3- an older white guy that wears a cowboy hat and will 4! AK, KK or AA 100% of the time. Not a nit, but plays a Doyle Brunson style of poker.
2/5 650 eff, H covers every V.
UTG limps, Hero to 25 with Q♥ Q♣ in MP, V2 (650 eff) in LJ to 75, V3 (475 eff) on Bu cold calls, V1(590 eff) calls. Pot 255. Hero?
Hand 2: From a different night against V1 and another older Asian that calls wide preflop.
2/5 1200 eff... H covers both Vs (V1 is 210 eff). 6-handed and straddle is on.
V1 UTG to 20, v2 calls in the CO, H with Q♥ Q♠ in the SB. What should be our sizing here?