Originally Posted by Ubercroz
Our range is fairly broad on the button, I meanlike 45% of hands or something.
That flop should be super good for us and bad for him.
The turn is essentially a blank, that is a great card to double barrel someone (us) with a large portion of your range again.
Another note...I have no idea how you came to this conclusion :/
For one, our flatting range vs utg is going to be like %10-ish, which actually solidifies your point that this flop is good for us and bad for him. Unopened PFR =/= flatting range vs an utg open.
When that's the case, cbetting is NOT standard with your air hands - I often c/f this flop without any backdoors or even with the weaker backdoors if villain likes to get aggro in single raised pots.
Think about it - villain (btn, that is) flats:
-suited connectors: some of which got a FD on the flop, others have hit some type of pair+, the rest missing
-pairs,: which typically don't fold to cbets, the stronger of which don't fold to barrels on low cards, especially if they turn an open ender
-overcards: really not that many. Offsuit, we have maybe AQ and KQ. Suited, we have something like 89s+, maybe QTs or even KJs+. Some of those hit flush draws, others fold.
How much of btn's range is folding to a cbet, let alone a double barrel?
This guy is value betting/has a flush draw pretty much every single time he bets turn, and TT's equity sucks vs that range.