re: Poker & What do i do with my set here ?
Originally Posted by cheaptrix
it's not a flop that you would expect preflop raiser to c-bet 100%. you want to c-bet dry flops not wet boards. so you wouldn't expect villain to c-bet unless he has the types of hands you describe which is going to be a small part of his range.
if it was something like 48A or 78K then a c/r is going to work more often imo. i could be wrong, idk.
you're right in that the raiser won't cbet 100% but..
a. when he does you get more money in the pot.
b. when he bets he's got a made hand/draw(?) a fair amount of the time.
c. fairly likely the flat caller hit this board, if they both missed you're never getting action anyway so c/r > donking for bloating the pot for 250bb stacks by river..
Originally Posted by RythmAndBlues
Check-raise seems really strong imo, leading out makes the other players confused.
Thats just my opinion but i dont know.
really doesn't matter, I think the only hands that fold to a check/raise and not a donk are weak draws and second pair hands.. regs at 10nl can't fold OP's yet imo.
prefer donking with a weaker made hand as opposed to top set really, we're comfortable getting stacks in here aren't we?