This is a discussion on Semi-bluff raising with small flushdraws vs nut flushdraw within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; Hey!
I have been tginkibg about tgis for a while. To balance out my flop raising range I need some semi-bluffs but I dont know if
I have been tginkibg about tgis for a while. To balance out my flop raising range I need some semi-bluffs but I dont know if I should do it with my Axs hands or 65s when I flop a flushdraw.
I could see the upside with both options. With Axs raising could be great because if called, I could have 3 extra outs in form pf aces.
But with 65s, if I flop a flushdraw I got almost no other way of winning the pot then semi-bluffing or hitting my flush.
To make it more simple I will give an example.
Both are 100bb and Vil is a reg
He opens from CO and we call, our calling range include 65 - QJs and A2s - A5s
The flop comes K94dds and he Cbets, what should we semi-bluff with?
its depend what Vil thinking about you.
I think if this Vil is reg and his CBet more than 70%?you can check raise him with any dro oop. if hi tight or fish , ill just call him with good chances of pot.