So BU is a 55/10 and BB is an agressive 90/21. 37% medium agression frequency every street.
In the flop I decided to call because the scenario of a triple all-in seemed really good. I have 2ndset thought. But I think that potbetting and raising flop it’s hard for them to have the topset. I believed the possibility for them to have straight was pretty high because of the flop sizing of BU.
But was it just a fold? Without the nutgutshot I’m folding no mather what.
In the turn I call because I have the odds but perhaps I should shove commited ve an agressive recreational? I believe people doesn’t usually bluff with blockers but if someone can be doing it here is this guy. My play was stacking off when a good card falls for me but perhaps I’d just be commited in most rivers… So did I have a shove turn?
Agree there with @hopshopshops – sure if you’re guaranteed the money goes in 3-way and you they have AK, you’re doing fine. But if the BTN comes over the top and SB folds (if SB check/raised blockers), you’re getting in 160bb with less than 40% equity.
Also, these guys are quite unpredictable, with such wide VPIPs, they might actually have QQxx when taking this line.
So I would say, fold flop.
Turn is close, I think you’re not quite getting the price, but have some implied odds.
I’ve attached some equity runs below, you can check in reference.