I think I once read an article on the topic of:

"

*How to find the correct mix between luckboxing and variance*"

It advised you to spread your Equity based on the situation. That means if you push your Flushdraw 100 times and you have ~70% fold equity:

Then the 30% of the times you get called you have to hit the flush

And the 70% of the times the opponent folds you need to have missed your flush

This way you use up your full amount of variance (e.g. you are theoretically still missing flushes and not running hot or cold - but not losing any money doing so) and gaining maximum profit.

Basically this strategy results in you winning 70% of the times without a showdown and ~27% of the times with a showdown since you hit your flush (we discount the fact that Villian will once in a while luckbox himself a Fullhouse with the top-set he was holding on the flop). Hero is thus able to win around 97% of his flushdraws and achieve ptBB/100 values of over 500.

Essentially this is what makes Sebra such a winning player. He doesn't waste his equity in situations where the opponent folds- but saves it for later