Originally Posted by igySK
against this guy playing 58/10 and he limp called, I'm betting 3 streets for value and if I get raised I fold, I think that's very standard. So if you know that he's always gonna bet if you check on flop and you've got a lot of FE on a flop like this, are you still gonna bet? Let's say he's got Ax and we cbet and he calls. However, if we check, he bets and we c/r he's gonna call with all worse aces and we get more value. Then, if we get raise we fold cos he's got a better hand.
So every time this guy raises you , you fold? Preety exploitable .
You C/R , bet 3 streets and then fold with a SPR of >1. Bad Strategy
Invest half of your stack and then fold, because some fish rasises , what if hes raising you on the turn with A5, or a flush draw.
You seem to ignore the fact that TPTK type hands aren't strong enough to stack of a full buy in , and this is why you need to control the pot size .
There is no point in building the pot with C/R betting 3 streets then folding . If you decide that your going to play this hand strongly against whoever it might be and for what ever reason you think its EV+ to do so , take it all the way.