Originally Posted by acky100
so if we fold 65% and villain is dealt two blank cards he will break even.
Meaning that if we fold 65% or less, he doesn't profit. It's the break even line. So wanting to get your fold percentage down below 65% isn't super necessary. Plus, that's just preventing him from profiting, which doesn't matter because both villain and ourselves can both make profitable moves at the same time.
Plus, realizing 72o's equity is typically quite hard. You generally end up losing more than you win with it postflop. Cuz you know, it's a losing hand? I know postflop play in your mind is OH I HAZ 20% EQUITY SO I WIN 20% OF TEH MONIES, but um, its not that simple. This is also why people don't optimally have 50% F3B stats. Its why you don't play 60% of your hands from the blinds when the button min-raises. You lose money post flop when you play with garbage. So don't go trying to push your F3B down to 50% just so you can make villain's resteal slightly less profitable.