First hand ever posted in a forum! V is white late 40s ish male, within the first hour at table he bluffed off $1300-1500 basically playing like a bad lag. Over the past couple hours he has calmed down a bit and won some back, most of it in a set over set spot. My read is that he will bluff way too frequently when opponent shows weakness. During that first hour he attempted two bluffs vs me, in one i raised large w/ limpers holding AK and check called T, R bets on A654Ar runout, on another he 3 bet pre and fired F, R on TT4dd 8d 5d runout, i check shipped R and he snap folded. On to the hand.
2-5 1300 eff
V raises to 20 utg, mp calls, H in SB 3 bets to 70 w/ 6:s: 5:s:, this is my first 3 bet vs V, and i think i can rep strength post on certain boards and should get credit from him given my tight image. Only V calls. I assume he is not folding very many of his opens vs my 3 bet as he loves to play in position.
(165)J:s: T:h: 7:s:
IMO this flop favors his range and i think this hand is a reasonable candidate to check call with and play as a bluff catcher when i get there vs this opponent, i also feel i can credibly rep any A, K or Q after playing as a check call on this texture. H checks, V bets 125 H calls.
(415) 4:s: H checks going with plan a, V bets 225, H calls after a short tank.
(865)4:c: H checks, V doesn't think too long and bets 495?
Should this R reduce the bluffing frequency of V, since he would now expect AA, KK to call more often? Also all his sets now beat me. Any input is welcome!