Originally Posted by wikeddrew
what I mean is when u hit lower cards it seems like ppl pay you off more often because they dont expect you to really have those cards.
It depends on position, and whether or not you made (or called) a preflop raise). I'm not surprsied at anything a BB, SB or even button might hit on an unraised preflop. So, the blinds are actually the best position to semi-bluff on a 752 flop.
Well, I'm far from an expert either, but yikes, your questions are too multi-dimensional to be answered succinctly. The main factors, I believe, are stack size, position, and limit vs NL or PL. Suited mid-connectors for example, are most
ideally suited in late postion, with a big stack, and possibly in limit. You expect
to still be drawing after the flop (so you'll have to be be able handle a bet from top pair crap kicker), but to a potential monster.