Originally Posted by naruto_miu
Ok let me ask something about this hand than, even though I read the outcome of the hand....
$1+$1+$.05= $2.05, (come flop time correct)? Is it me or is this flop not wet? Now , since I see the flop as being wet, why would you Cbet another $1.35? What was there fold to Cbet%? Now there's $1.35+$1.35+$2.05=$4.75 (come turn time), and I personally like JCs road as stated would have lead turn also, but not really high up there either once again a small turn bet could save you in the long run...I'd lead turn but for about $2.70-$3 max...Cuz that turn hits anything and everything to be honest...
Looking at it from another perspective, you know what they raise with so 3bet larger vs players like this in the future...Just don't Cbet flops because you 3bet pre (against certain players that works well, but they are those like 50/2 or 64/8 and such, but vs players that raise preflop with K9o call 3bets in position I just more likely give up on flops such as that
Nothing wrong with opening K9 on the button here.
Im definitely c betting here. His range includes hands like AJ, KQ etc that I dont want to give the initiative to, besides I can spike the turn. That board does not hit an average 3 bet calling range that well.
I dont understand what you mean when you say I know what they raise with. I dont .. I only have 29 hands on the villain, also if hes raising light a 3x 3Bet will have more chance of being called, which is exactly what I want.
With so few hands, the fold to 3 bet stat is not reliable.