Originally Posted by chattin35
Thanks for the input. So in general, you'd be more inclined raise/call a shove with TPTK to charge the draws on a draw heavy board opposed to the dry flop in that hand?
Its obvs villain and board depended, like every thing in poker.
But honestly what u expect to call that u beat when u raise this flop?
KQ,KT,QQ,QT,AJ,QJ and a few random hands?
His range to cbet this flop is gonna be wide, his range for calling the raise is gonna be narrow(obvs all of this is asuming villain isnt a maniac but since this is readless rush we need to make the asumption that villain is your typical 25nl player).
Because of so few draws we dont need to worry about pricing in the CO since he is never gonna have alot of outs.
I just prefer flatting and playing against a wide range on the turn.
I just dont see why we have to stack of here.