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76s is an easy call versus a good player’s 3-bet blind vs blind. It has great playability and solid equity, especially against a wide big blind range.
4-betting is a somewhat reasonable option, though you should tend to do so with hands that have good blockers like the A5s in the previous question.
This board interacts extremely poorly with the Big Blind’s range, which means he will have a very hard time continuing with enough hands and/or playing aggressively enough to deny the profitability of your bluff.
Betting is suboptimal because this board connects extremely well with the Big Blind’s defending range. You are not denying a lot of equity by doing so. Plus, you'd be putting money in a pot that you are very unlikely to win either right now or later.
Checking with this hand makes the most sense because you won't deny much equity or get much extra value by betting.
This check on the turn from the Big Blind likely means he’s giving up, but almost every hand in his range has two overcards to your 66. Therefore the best play is to bet small to deny equity and possibly get value (from a hand like A5s).
T8 is one of the lowest ranking hands in your range on this run out, which means you should bluff with it pretty much every time in order to balance out your value betting range and take advantage of the times your opponent folds.
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