re: Poker & $25 NLHE 6-max: PP when the turn pairs part2
Originally Posted by ChuckTs
Yeah this is generally a fold on the turn (or a c/c) without a specific read that villain is a maniac. People don't flat JT/9x then raise the turn - you're repping too strong a range for them to do that. Shoving over his turn raise is FAR from the best play. It's absolute spew. Namely because people don't baluga JT here, or any made hand you beat that will also call a shove.
You say his raise on the turn represents nothing. Why?
What do you think his logic for raising turn as a bluff is?
What do you think his value raising range for the turn is?
No I like my play at the start, I was just saying that raising his turn bluff would be a better move from a non nit position.
Q1 who's raising on a dry board like this if they want you in the hand?
Q2 he raises as a semi bluff to get me off one pair hands or absolute junk as most people no it's a bad double barrel card. They then jam the river because the looked strong on the turn and think you will fold when draws miss etc.
Q3 he is never value raising the turn with anything good.
Once in a while someone will but put it down to variance.