- Call and semi-bluff all-in on low flop
- Raise to $180 half the time, call the other 50% of time
- Raise to $225 25% of time, call 75% of time.
A#9: At first glance, folding doesn't seem like a crazy option. You're in danger of being 4bet if you call or RR, and you will be OOP throughout the hand. You get partial credit for answering (1) Fold.
The correct answer, however, is (3) Call. Yes, you have to be wary of being 4bet by the original raiser. But, we've said he was a passive player. As a result, much of the time he's just going to call the BTN reraise and your cold-call. If he doesn't (i.e., if he does 4bet) you can dump your snowmen preflop and move on. If he doesn't 4bet, however, you will end getting great implied odds to see a flop and set-mine. Remember that this is a 200BB deep stack game, so you're nearly getting ~2000/60 = 33:1 implied odds to see a flop. Heck, the direct pot odds alone, assuming the passive player comes along, are 155/60, or 2.6:1, and your eights may actually be the best hand at this point. Call, see a flop, and reevaluate at that point. Implied odds warrant a call.
All-in for now...