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Draw heavy flop and OOP

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    • VorpalF2F
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      Joined: 02.09.2010 Posts: 10,533
      Hi, wealthybrainer...

      Depends on 3 things:
        what I hold
        What BTN's playing style is and what his stats are
        Something else that seemed really important before I was distracted <sigh>

      I've seen people advocate CBetting w/ 100% of your range on monochrome flops, but if BTN is going to call everything, you should at least have some showdown value, because you're going to get there.

      OTOH, if BTN can fold, why not bet/fold?
      If you hold the nuts, or even just the A, you might want to get started building a pot.

    • wealthybrainer
      Joined: 01.05.2013 Posts: 287
      yeah I agree, had some other thoughts but played with some programs and had the same conclusion that Cbet is a must. 100% cbet could be an option.

      Next interesting spot:

      Preflop: we are SB, SB opened and BB called. BB is a good NL100 reg
      Flop: T :diamond: 9 :diamond: 7 :diamond:

      How would you play your flushes?
      I guess to cbet/3bet, but wouldn't be better to check/raise or check/call nut flushes?
      BB could be aggro after our check, but I think our check raise could be understood very strong so maybe check/call could be better than check/raise on the flop. What are your opinions?