Originally Posted by duggs
when they are likely to fold a good % of their range to a turn barrel, or your percieved range makes its hard for them to continue, its also good to barrel turned equity.
do you really think that most players think about perceived range at micros ?
" its also good to barrel turned equity"
i think this is great advise , wether its a turned card that we hit or any draw im barreling a good percentage of the time, against fish/passive players barreling turned equity is ev+ as we are now betting for value but i would really try to bluff them. Against more advanced players we are either betting to make a better hand fold or for value and this is where our perceived range comes in to play as thinking players will take in consideration our range . against aggressive oponents i tend to barrel less on the turn for pot control reasons or bet small to induce a bluff.
When barreling the turn you should think about why you are doing it , value or bluff? who is your oponent ? and adjust your bet sizing accordingly.
Also barrel less often oop.