This is a discussion on Standard fold? within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; This is a 25NL zone hand on ignition. Hence why there is no hud stats or notes on villain
Hero (25.00) raise .75, Villain(28.82)
Disclaimer: I am unexperienced
I am calling this. The FD is most likely betting the flop I think. Jack is also betting the flop because of the potential FD. That flush hitting on the river gives him a nice spot to bluff. However there might be some boats in his range on this river I think.
I call like 50% of the time
January 31st, 2018, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by MickMurrr19
This is a 25NL zone hand on ignition. Hence why there is no hud stats or notes on villain
Hero (25.00) raise .75, Villain(28.82) 3bet to 2.25 on BTN
Flop: Jd Jc 3d
(I dont see the point in betting as I will fold out all worst and only get action from better hands)
Hero check, villain bet 2.25, hero call
(I know I could be beat but I feel there are a lot of A/K hi and flush draws that will bet here after being checked to twice)
Hero check, Villain bet 4.25, hero fold
I would have c-bet the flop for the very same reasons you gave for why you didn't bet. I think the c-bet is highly important especially in cash games.
January 31st, 2018, 6:27 PM
re: Poker & Standard fold?
Agreed. You could always cbet the flop to see where you're at. You also lose less hands this way as well.
January 31st, 2018, 6:37 PM
not an expert, but if find myself typically loosing here.
I think it's because of poor betting, the villain gets a read on you that you don't have the nuts and exploits it.
Next time I'll try the cbet and the flop, as advised above