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You are playing against a player who almost always 4-bets or folds against a 3-bet and rarely calls. Should you use a linear or polarized 3-betting range?
The LJ, a massive calling station, opens to 2.5x and you are in the CO. Should you use a linear or polarized range?
You are playing in a $1/$2 cash game, CO ($200 eff) raises to $15 and you are on the BTN with KK. What 3-bet size should you use?
Generally, how much of your stack can you invest with a 3-bet bluff and still fold to a 4-bet?
When I am in-position, I should use a larger 3-bet size compared to when I 3-bet from out-of-position.
You are in the BB with 25bb and the CO raises. Which hand is a better hand to use as a 3-bet bluff?
You are playing $2/$5 with $500 effective. You are in the BB and the CO raises. Which hand is a better hand to use as a 3-bet bluff?
As stacks get deeper, I should use a (smaller/larger) 3-bet size.
As my 3-betting range becomes more linear, I should generally use a slightly (smaller/larger) sizing.
As the opener’s range gets wider, you should be 3-betting (more/less) frequently.
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