That's interesting info mase.
Another point came to me, by the way, while walking home from work just now. If you raise with 55, your opponent sure as hell isn't gonna know what you have, so unless they have Tp or an overpair, they're going to check. When you CBet the flop, you will know what they have (at least one pair, or a draw, or two overs) when they call on the flop. Now you're at the turn, two streets to go, and you've narrowed your opponents hand down to one pair, a draw, or two overs.
So you've got information, they still don't know that the five on the turn made you, as a matter of fact that didn't even help you. I play a home game with a bunch of terrible poker players. A seemingly worthless 3 falls on the river and they say "And this changes nothing." Incorrect commentary, as it just made my set, but with a little tricky play you can win a lot of money from people who don't bother to learn the math of poker.
Now time for nap. I've got an Army Day ahead of me, and something tells
me it's not going to be a straight one.