I play weekly at my casino and at
$1/$2 they have buy-in of
$60 min-$200 max. This is one of my hand I played last week and I am interested in seeing how you would play this hand when you have a top set on the flop and facing
3-bet on a straight-board.
The villain in this hand is a a hyper-aggressive player who is down 600 (3 buy-ins) and playing with his 4th buy-in. But, after his first two buy-ins he is playing little tight and aggressive when he plays.
$1/$2 Full Ring - Holdem - 9 players (currently 6 seated)
Villain (middle) - $420
Hero (BB) - $460
Hero has 7⋄7♣
Villain calls from middle - folds back to SB who raises to 10. Hero calls from BB and villain calls.
Flop comes : J♣7♥8♠
SB checks, Hero checks, Villain bets 15, SB calls.
Villain has be known to be aggressive and takes control of pot from flop.
Hero raises to 45.
Villain re-raises (3bets) to 145. SB folds.
What should Hero do?
I will post the results after checking your reviews. But, from what I saw this villain does not raise too much over 100. He bets 50 or raises 50 but this is a huge re-raise.
Did he flop it or is he taking control of my tight-passive image?