[NL20-NL50] NL25 donkbet

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    • spit22
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      this is a very weak play in my opinion. you should CB OOP on this board almost every time except if you have GOOD reads on the opponent that he calls CB on these kinda boards or calls/raises all CB and even if he calls you might still be ahead..( good players could call with overpairs ,trips & nuthands or might float - bad players with worse hands or even a pair and let you outdraw them)
    • Balanarm
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      You can cbet but t's not the best(he is soo loose), I saw loose people calling here with QJo and raising wuth air very often IP. Vs this guy you just wanna hit your pair and stack him. so no need to make moves.
    • Kaitz20
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      c-bet on that board, you can bet also a lot of turn cards- but they fold often enough to your flop bet.
    • Balanarm
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      Originally posted by Kaitz20
      they fold often enough to your flop bet.
      Can't agree on this, this guy is folding almost nothing here. Ax he calls, any gutshot he calls, backdoors he calls, almost any two overs with backdoor flush draw he calls, any pp he calls, what will he fold?

      If you plan 2nd barrel, then it's very profitable, but cbet itself doesn't have any fold equity.
    • spit22
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      Originally posted by Balanarm
      Originally posted by Kaitz20
      they fold often enough to your flop bet.
      Can't agree on this, this guy is folding almost nothing here. Ax he calls, any gutshot he calls, backdoors he calls, almost any two overs with backdoor flush draw he calls, any pp he calls, what will he fold?

      If you plan 2nd barrel, then it's very profitable, but cbet itself doesn't have any fold equity.
      are you serious? what do you mean "this guy" ? we have 26 hands on the guy only so he is uknown. a lot of people will fold here after a cbet
    • Balanarm
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      Originally posted by spit22
      Originally posted by Balanarm
      Originally posted by Kaitz20
      they fold often enough to your flop bet.
      Can't agree on this, this guy is folding almost nothing here. Ax he calls, any gutshot he calls, backdoors he calls, almost any two overs with backdoor flush draw he calls, any pp he calls, what will he fold?

      If you plan 2nd barrel, then it's very profitable, but cbet itself doesn't have any fold equity.
      are you serious? what do you mean "this guy" ? we have 26 hands on the guy only so he is uknown. a lot of people will fold here after a cbet
      Yes I am serious, double barreling might be profitable here, but cbetting is not likely to be, maybe it's breakeven. 26 hands are enough to look at his VPIP. Even weak TAGs would float shitload of hands on this board, and good ones would do it even more often. You should really tighten up your OOP cbets as you are throwing money away by doing it, it's easy exploitable.

      If you cbet flop like this you have to 2-3 barrel!