Originally Posted by RodneyC86
It makes their set mining much less profitable though.
Anyway, fold to nearly all turn and river yes and most flop 'initially' until you get some reads on flop raise, cause far as I know the flop is the only street these players ever get fancy with, including yours truly....lol I'm a bad reg
Flop raise can mean of course danutZ, a flush/straight draw or even tpwk
We don't them to be less
profitable though. We wan't them to be unprofitable. As it stands OP struggles to fold his top-end 1P hands. Raising larger pre doesn't fix his problems.
The advice of "raise larger pre" should be applied if we are attempting to exploit the setminers. Exploiting them in this manner only makes OP slightly less exploitable and doesn't actually fix his issue. We should look to advise him on how to avoid being exploited in these postflop scenarios as opposed to giving him preflop advice that exploits his opponents in a minimal fashion, but
has the drawback that it makes it harder for him to fold post when they do actually flop a set and give action.
@OP just stop and think everytime you get raised postflop, take your time thinking through what the villain could have, be realistic in your expectations of winning the hand and you should be able to start making good folds.