re: Poker & Post Oak Bluffs
In super system 2 Doyle states "my opponent might be trying to pull off a post oak bluff just to get a chance at a draw. Well that's a gutless bet.The tight player who made the small bet on the flop is asking me to take his money.In most cases that's exactly what I'm going to do when the next card falls.As you can probably guess I never post oak bluff.
This is taken is pieces and is not the full article but you can read this on page 531. I also got a definition from the glossary
that said it is a small bet made into a large pot in hopes that opponents will give up pot so it is conflicting a bit so maybe Doyle has the definition wrong as well.I use this bet to try to get a better price for draws but i agree the example i supplied is super strong draw and should be hammered. Just a bad example I used .
Just to add he says he considers a bet like that to see a draw after the flop a post oak bluff also.