Generally, vs a SQZ you shouldn’t call too often and set-mining is always a no-no unless you’re severely deep with the other guys. Set-mining also becomes alright if the original guy who raised called the SQZ and then it’s your turn to close the action. Depending on the size of the bet pre-flop, I decide most of the times here to call, unless it’s a big sizing like we advocated earlier. 7-8 even 9 BB’s is okay.
Now, you should 4-bet hands vs a SQZ that are ahead of the Villain’s shoving range, so that we can call all in pretty easily. I don’t recommend 4-bet bluffing vs SQZ guys if you don’t have information nor history vs them.
What I can tell you from my experience coaching Zoom and Regular is that a lot of my students at the micro-stakes squeeze rarely and aren’t that much into squeeze bluffing. This means that your 4-bet bluff is often going to get shoved over and you’ll have to fold.
Call with hands that are ahead of your opponent’s squeezing range. In case you have at least 200 hands on your opponent, SQZ stat in your HUD will come in handy. This stat is the same as 3-betting, it’s a percentage and can represent a range. Act accordingly and use the react vs 3-bet ranges with the exact same percentages.
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