# C/bet, three/bet, and four/bet

• Basic
Joined: 06.12.2012
C-bet, three bet, and four bet, how much should I bet at € NL0.10/0.25 tables when I play, on the flop, turn or river? I know that a raise preflop is 4+1bb (perlimper), and the positions count too...I have hand charts for every position, but this is what makes me curious. I don't know what percents should I set on the betslider option. (Stars, has that option.) This is similar with the other thread that I started, but I never used forums at that time, and was unfamiliar with postings.
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• Bronze
Joined: 14.12.2010
3Bet around 2,5x, if you are squeezing 3x+1x per caller.

C-bet around 65-70% pot seems decent

4Bet am I not really sure about myself, but I think about 2,2x is good
• Bronze
Joined: 27.09.2009
Thanks JC

I will move this to our NL board for further discussion!

All the best,
Gary.
• Basic
Joined: 06.12.2012
Hi again, I am sorry for my reply, that it took so long, but what do you mean by 2,5x (the x symbol)? That should be in my view of how many players are included with the hand? Am I right? I'm half the way to finish reading Poker math Made Easy, and Texas holdem Tournament Strategy. So this will take most of my time lol. (:

Thank you all! & Greetings
• Bronze
Joined: 29.01.2010
JC summed it up well.

I'd 3bet more out of position (so someone raises and your in the blinds) maybe 3x.

And 4bet 2-2.2x is good.

The x means multiply. So 2.5x means 2.5 multiplied by the raise amount:

eg: We're on btn and someone raises 3bb. So we 3b 7.5bb (2.5 x 3).
• Basic
Joined: 06.12.2012
ty for the answers, i wanted to answer, but thought i made a new thread to a new topic, need to figure it out again,

I guess what I was about to ask was for the tournamet bet sizing postflop, I know that you have to raise preflop 4+1bb per each limper, I tried cash games, and lost all of my bankroll idk how it happened but maybe tilt.

Blinds usually go up like this

10/ 20
15/ 30
20/ 40
25/ 50
30/ 60
40/ 80
50/ 100 ect (and they rise usually 5 to 10 mins)

I am not saying that you haven't helped me, you have and I am thankfull for that, but I am really in interested to learn poker. I've won some money from freeroll tournaments and don't want to bust it to the \$0 again. Also I joined up with PokerSchoolOnline forum, and my first live training session will take, at Wednesday, 05 JUNE, 2013. I feel much more comfortable at tournament tables then cash games...Sorry for my english, and that the post was too long!

Greetings & best of luck!