I was looking through some hand histories and recognised a few situations where I might improve my decisions regarding slowplaying hands.
Generally, understanding that slowplaying is often worse than just building a pot with a strong hand, and multitabling, thus having less time to be selective about the spots I choose to play unconvetionally, i'm certain I could improve my win-rate by paying more attention to these spots. But, what to pay attention to?
For example; Assuming players are TAGs, standard regulars in the game
NL Holdem - 6 players
BTN: 250 bb
Hero (SB): 100 bb
BB: 100 bb
UTG: 150 bb
MP: 180 bb
CO: 230 bb
Hero posts SB 0.5 bb, BB posts 1 bb
Pre Flop: (pot: 1.5 bb) Hero has 3:diamonds: 3:hearts:
fold, fold, fold, BTN raises to 3 bb, Hero calls 2.5 bb, BB calls 2 bb
Flop: (9bb, 3 players) 8:hearts: 3:spades: T:clubs:
Hero checks, BB checks, BTN bets 4.5 bb, Hero ???
What would be the "Pros and Cons" of slowplaying in a spot like this? If the opponents are different how does that affect the frequency that we slowplay?