Maybe this is my problem. I always consider a normal size is like 1/2, 2/3, 3/4 pot size. I already increase my regular bet from 1/2 to 2/3. It seems not enough, right.
Because I always worry will they call a bet that is not a "normal" size. As for me I will not call that kind of bet.You can check my other post in this series. All the same problem.
It seems here you only consider how much you should bet so that you can shove later, right? You do not need to worry about if this will make him fold(I should say quite possible)
If I have like $10 buyin, I should even bet twice more as your suggestion, right.
Originally Posted by Deco
Hand 2 I keep betting. 1.70 followed by a shove seems good to me.
*Your up against a fish they like to call with 45/34s/A6/A4/67/77-99 hands here.
*Villain limp called, his range is heavily weighted towards the weaker hands we beat than the strong JJ+ or floated AJ/KJ hands we lose to which are more likely to raise. Villains tiny PFR and large Vpip are enough to tell us he's a fish but not enough to tell us he only raises 5% of his range. If he has AJ or AA consider yourself coolered.