This is a discussion on Turn Overbets within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; I have a goodie to introduce to those who don't already do this.
Recently I've started overbet stabbing the turn when the flop goes chk-chk, and
I do use a lot of overbet with polarised range to punish capped range.
Facing competent players, I would have a more balanced flop checking ranges OOP rather than small range betting flop at a very higher frequency (which also prints money vs fit/fold players) as preflop aggressor
I have a goodie to introduce to those who don't already do this.
Recently I've started overbet stabbing the turn when the flop goes chk-chk, and it's been printing money, fish call anyways with draws, regs' minds explode, it's good all around.
This works best with a polarized strategy, you bet 1.5-2x pot with draws bluffs and also with strong value hands like 2 pair +. (as opposed to half pot bet which is for thin value)
I was wondering if/how you guys specifically employ this tactic?
What are your turn strategies when the flop gets double checked?
Depending on size of pot and opponent either half or full pot raise
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