Originally Posted by orangepeeleo
So when the flop comes down Qxx and you c/c it, turns a 9 say, what are you getting value from by leading?? Only thing that will happen there is you fold out hands your beating, AK for example, and get called (worst case imo as we then bet a lot of rivers) or get raised by hands that are beating us, AQ/AA/KK/JJ as played.
well, maybe c/c flop and leading turn with TT on this flop isn't the best plan as the only hand (that beats us) we get a fold from is JJ most-likely.
we are never getting raised (or should never) by AQ, AA, KK, JJ on this board.
if we did c/c flop and lead turn then you should never lead river unless improved.
i posted that line b/c i have seen it used successfully in many OOP situations with mid pairs on 66Q type boards. although i will say if you take a line like this it is probably better to have 77 than TT as your folding out 77-JJ. with 77 you want a fold and with TT not so much.
meh, i'll stop rambling now. lol