Originally Posted by VIVInv
Ok, what is the plan if case of
a) I made C/R and got 4Bet: fold,call,shove
b) I made lead up and got raised: call,shove
you never want to fold a strong draw on the flop (because it will always have a lot of equity against even the tightest ranges), so you shouldn't put money into the pot with one and intend to fold the flop.
so, if you c/r, c/r big enough so if you get 3b, you have pot odds
to stack off (if you want to see how much equity you have vs. your opponent's stacking off range, use pokerstove or propokertools.com). you'll be making money by making your opponent fold "better" hands to your c/r (hands like K-high for example) which will happen often since he's likely cbetting almost all of his PFR range, and you'll still have enough equity to stack off on the rare occasion that he does 3b over your c/r
leading is trickier because you'd want to be doing it against guys who will be likely to fold to your lead, fold to subsequent barrels (allowing you to lead the flop to build a bigger pot to take away later), or bluffraise your bet (allowing you to 3b and win a bigger pot when they fold).
if the guy is raising only value hands, the way you continue often hinges on how much implied odds you have with your draw (so if he only raises 2p+ and never raises draws, you can sometimes call the flop and then take his stack when you hit your draw on the turn). this is more situation dependent, because if you lead and the guy makes a huge raise and you know you'll never have fold equity if you 3b, you won't have pot odds
to call either, and you'll have to fold (which sucks).
it's more standard to c/r than to lead for sure