Snap Goes The w34z3l - NL20 - C-betting & Barrelling (3)

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $20 - $25
  • Shorthanded
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Third part of the series is here! Our coach moves up to NL20 and while crushing these stakes live, he is focusing on two interesting topics: c-betting & barrelling.

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Comments (7)

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  • originalgman

    #8

    Why are so many people making inane comments?
  • arttuzulu

    #9

    yep. someone delete those comments above or someting.
  • BuenosAires87

    #10

    So we want to be c-betting when we have backdoor outs but not with just raw equity. What is the main reason for this?
  • DrOZvzla

    #11

    cute
  • adamoasso

    #13

    ok
  • w34z3l

    #15

    @10 - depends on the stack depth. The shallower the stacks get the more important raw equity becomes. At 100bb the most important thing is backdoor playability. Basic idea is that if the pot gets big we'd prefer to have a straight or flush than something like a good top pair.

    The more advanced way of putting it is that hands with backdoor potential have better equity-retention. Equity-retention is more important than raw equity in full-stack scenarios, and it implieds we will often have more equity on the later streets even if we have slightly less raw-equity directly on the flop.
  • dilans777

    #16

    @10 - depends on the stack depth. The shallower the stacks get the more important raw equity becomes. At 100bb the most important thing is backdoor playability. Basic idea is that if the pot gets big we'd prefer to have a straight or flush than something like a good top pair.

    The more advanced way of putting it is that hands with backdoor potential have better equity-retention. Equity-retention is more important than raw equity in full-stack scenarios, and it implieds we will often have more equity on the later streets even if we have slightly less raw-equity directly on the flop.