Originally Posted by pocketehs
This would be way easier if you posted a hand with stats becuz the question is pretty general. However, with TT on that board you have to think about his range and how hard the flop hit his range. Since he is on the button, he is going to have a lot of Ax hands, broadway cards, pairs and suited connectors, right? Like his range is going to be a lot wider than if he was an EP raiser. Just try to break down what cards he cant have based on his actions pre flop and on the flop.
For instance, preflop we can say he probably wont have jj+ or else he would have 3-bet. Use VPIP, PFR and PF 3-bet % to help breakdown his range.
Flop - since he just flat called we can rule out a lot of drawing cards like broadway cards except for hands like 98, 67 etc. We can also assume hands like A-rag are still possible seeing as he just flat called. Pairs such as 55/99 he would probably raise the c-bet and pairs 66-88 he is probably going to fold. But what hands does he just flat call with? This is when stats such as FtoCB, AF are really handy.
T - I think we have to check back here for pot control b/c playing OOP we have less information on the villains hand strength and then make a decision to check/call or check/fold. Once again, AF is going to help use decide whether this player is passive or aggressive.
Essentially, from what Ive learned so far its really hard to say what is right or the best play in a very general situation like this bc it really does depend on the player. Try just posting a hand in HA and CC members will help with a line check and maybe if you're finding it that hard to keep a stat database of villains on Zoom then maybe switch to just fast regular games so that you can make good use of your HUD.
On a board like A 9 5, so long as there is no flush, I don't see why a set would raise, especially IP. More likely that a set will flat the flop, and come out firing on the turn.
I wouldn't fire a second barrel with an A high flop, unless villain likes to float flop to bluff turn. Check out the Fold to C-Bet stat to see how stubborn he is post flop. Good times to double barrel would be when the turn brings a higher card; when you pick up a flush/straight draw; or whenever you sense weakness in your opponent.
This is why position is so important. Double barreling OOP is always dangerous, because if villain re-raises you're either going to ship-bluff or fold.