Typically Avoid 3-Betting IP With Single Suited Non Pair Combos

Single suited non pair combos tend to be quite overplayed in PLO and that is especially true if you are 3-betting them at really any kind of frequency. Combos like KJT8ss and QJT6ss are usually too weak to play when expecting MW action, so many players will revert to 3-betting, but without the 2nd suit in your combo you lose a fair amount of playability and equity. Sometimes, ace high single suited broadway connectors such as AQJ9ss can be 3-bet, but generally our stronger single suited ace high combos and single suited rundowns work better as cold calls. Stick to double suited, connected non pair combos when 3-betting and lean towards folding the weaker single suited combos facing raises.

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