Originally Posted by John A
Every street is pretty bad...
Fold pre-flop, raise flop or fold. Lead turn, bet or CR river depending on opponent.
Yeah I kind of realized that (reason for posting).
Preflop: I am trying to implement some speculative hands in my range, and prefer multiway pots (and position, but won't let the latter become the sole reason). So that's why I didn't fold PF.
Flop: Would be awesome for explanations why you suggest raising flop? But I can definitely find a fold there. Obv I fold to a re-raise?
Turn: Leading turn feels very aggressive if 1-2 opponents called my flop raise. Noone is folding a Jack and I am still up against a potential flush draw. If I miss I must check river, correct?
I felt check/calling river oop was the best option, as I did feel very lost and just wanted to get to showdown. But I suppose a bet/cr on river comes in handy, will he often play a set like this? Wouldn't he have raised the flop with a flush draw out there multiway? What other hands can I expect him to call with?
Do I fold to a river raise?