Checking range after isolating OOP
I was doing a hand range exercise, analyzing a hand from awhile ago, and I realized that the times I raise a limper/s OOP, I have a pretty small checking range on the flop. Of course, the more players that see the flop will drastically change that, as well as the players tendencies if I have a history with them, and the board texture.
Generally speaking, in a heads up pot after isolating and you're OOP, what part of your range are you checking? Are you ever check/raising?
My general tendency is to check middle pair, pocket pairs below top pair without extra equity (eg, MP with a flush draw is a bet), weak top pairs, and then a few slowplays, primarily when I have the board just crushed, like
As for check/raising ... rarely in this spot. The main reason I would think to check/raise is if I'm against a player who will only bet when checked to with a hand he's likely to get it in with and I have a monster, or against someone who will stab the flop when checked to but give up beyond that and I have complete air. If I have some equity I prefer c-betting. Trying to think if there is a time to reverse float ...
Then beyond that, what is your plan with your checking range?
Most of the time I'm going to fire most turn cards with my entire flop checking range since I can now get looked up much easier by weaker pairs, or weaker kickers, in addition to any draws they may have called on the flop with. Come the river I'll fire again with my TPWK, of course anything that improved nicely, and check most of the rest. If there were a ton of draws that bricked I'm inclined to check/call. If the player is very face up I'm usually going to check/fold.