is not a big part of my game. It just seems like a spot where you risk facing substantial negative implied odds
. When you check raise you are basically repping over pairs or better hands. It would be natural for strong hands to continue betting on the turn. That will expose your stack.
If he calls the check raise, he may just be getting sticky, but often he will have a TP or better. Re-raising obviously sucks pretty much any time you do not have a real big hand. Personally I think the check raise should generally be used when you actually think you are likely ahead, and villain will bet out, but fold to a bet, or you need a raise to get all in by the river.