How to deal with aggressors in poker?

Situations where you can encounter players at the table who regularly use 3-betting and 4-betting preflop and then continue to bet post flop are not uncommon.
However, these habits are not only characteristic of aggressive regulars, whose goal is constant pressure and pressure. There are recreational poker players who love to break all the laws of logic, scattering raises.
It happens …
Definitely, beginners no longer understand the game exactly at the moment when the other players, as if gone crazy, begin to bet or raise in almost every hand.
No strong hand? You give up in this case, the following trend is observed: by catching the nuts, you start slow playing, but receive only checks and no payment for your value-bets.
Sooner or later you will start tilting or getting angry. In other words, there is a feeling that the series of bets will stop exactly when a strong combination comes out.
The easiest way is to change the table. Just leave in English.
Want to fight? In this case, abandon your standard strategy, AWS-poker is not for this table. Adjust to the strategy of the enemy, look for weaknesses and rebuild the strategy for them.
You must be a decisive player. The rules of the game have changed – big stakes, weak hands and frequent bluff will be the way to victory. Who does not risk, he does not play poker.
You do not have to wait for a strong combination in the hope of crushing your opponent in one hand, as a result you can be the loser.
Permanent fold of weak and medium hands promises huge losses for your bankroll. Need confidence and even a little arrogance.
Yes, a strong player will be paid more by an aggressive player, but how many times can you take his stack? Bad thorns and rivers, unpredictable deck, non-profit nuts – all this will crush the fish, but not you.
But where are the answers? How exactly should I fight?
It turns out that there are no better variants of the classic tight game? There is. Cunning, intricate, but there is.
So remember: play with a wide range of hands, defend your blinds against opponent’s raises with weak hands, call him 3-bets, and use bluff 4-bets on his 3-bets. Preflop, you need to create your own range of protection against a lose 3-better, as well as a range for a bluff 4-bet.
With the help of this program, you will understand at what stages of the game the extended range of the opponent still has a large number of strong combinations, and on which boards its spectrum weakens. All these conclusions are useful for determining the opponent’s bluff, or his strong combination.