Originally Posted by ESTPRO1990
cheers guys appreciate the replies,
@Arjonius i see what you mean about my line being inconsistent. If on a blank turn i think my over pair is good i should probably just re raise all in on the flop right.
my thought process was to call once and on a blank turn just get it all in. would it be the correct play to get it in on the flop?
Whether you think you're ahead or behind isn't everything. The first thing to ask yourself is how likely you feel it is that you're ahead on the flop after he CRs you. Then, what's his likely range and how does your hand fare against it?
As an artificial example, let's say that on the flop, you think you're ahead 60% of the time even after his CR, and that you estimate you're a 3:2 favorite vs his range. Then let's say that the 40% of the time you're behind, you're a 9:1 dog. Does this look like a spot where you should be eager to get it in?
You can fiddle with the numbers; it's the underlying principle of thinking about more than just ahead / behind that matters.