Originally Posted by fx20736
It all depends on the board texture and the villain.
Let's suppose an EP player raises preflop and you call on the button with 66. The flop comes down A62 rainbow. Villain bets out. There is normally no good reason to re-raise here unless you know villain will shove over your re-raise. (at 2nl it is very common for players to stack off with AK here). Standard play is call the flop bet and then bet/raise the turn.
Now let's change the above scenario to QhJs6h. Opponent bets out. You really need to re-raise here. Opponent could have a hand that could outdraw on you to make a straight or flush so here I would re-raise and if you can get the vllain to move their whole stack in all the better. If the turn is an A, K, T, 9 or Heart you need to re-raise any turn bet by your opponent to find out if your set is still good here. If the turn totally misses the draw you could call a turn bet but you might as well raise here for value as you may not get another bet from him if the river does not improve his hand and you really want him to pay big to outdraw on you.
I thought it was clear i meant unknown vilains.
I only want to know the proper flop play when facing agression by a unkwown vilain.
And im really not sure about Check/call bet.
Edit: Of course I will raise a draw heavy board, what ever the vilain. And I'll break his off by a small margin in order to be profitable in the long run. But as its been demonstrated, even if the draw gets completed, I am not folding a set here. Its a mather of getting the chips in.