# Cbet NL2 as a bluff, with 12 or 8+ outs.

• Bronze
Joined: 01.12.2010
Hi I got some questions about Cbets as a bluff that I couldn't find clear answers to in the strategy section.

Do you Cbet with 12 clean outs against one LAG/LAP?

If you do, do you Cbet with 8+ clean outs aswell?

Do you Cbet with 12 clean outs against two TAG/TAP?

If you do, do you Cbet with 8 clean outs against two TAG/TAP?

I would be happpy for any kind of helpful answers you don't have to answer everything. Also anything around the subject is cool. Like if you have 15+ outs or w/e.
• 2 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 25.10.2008
Yes to all Q's above, you don't need that much outs to make a cbet in any of these cases
• Bronze
Joined: 21.12.2009
Example: NL10
Preflop raise 0.30\$ + one caller 0.30\$ + blinds 0.15\$ = 0.75\$

Equity needed if:
Cbet: 0.55\$ = 0.55\$/(0.75\$+0.55\$)=0.42=42%
Cbet: 0.65\$ = 0.65\$/(0.75\$+0.65\$)=0.46=46%

Outs&equity:
8 outs = approx. 8*4=32%
12 outs = approx. 4*12=48%

Rough calculations, but that gives insight that cbetting here is fine given your equity+possible FE. Against two guys and fewer outs you may be willing to check back, but still it depends.