Caro's "The Flop Will Disappoint You" article
Anyone read it in the November Bluff? Pretty interesting.
My recent bust out hand in this
tournament had me thinking about his idea. Also, I remembered the argument in this thread (http://www.cardschat.com/f11/tight-aggressiv-aggressive-vs-tight-aggressive-neutral-97581/) that playing "neutral" after the flop being a good idea (not so).
He argues that you should raise far less preflop in hold'em, and that aggression post flop
is far more preferable than preflop. I'm trying to understand how it fits in overall with the whole idea that the flop will miss both you and your opponent. If you have the lead in the hand, aren't you going to take it down more often than not with a c-bet if you both miss?
I understand that this is getting closer to the whole idea of "small ball" poker, but I don't think I have fully grasped where he was trying to go here with the whole idea of being more passive pre-flop.