Originally Posted by Reptar7
Hand 1: Just call the 4 cents on the flop
Hand 2: Check flop, fold to a bet. Maybe B/F here is good...
Hand 3: Fold flop.
Assuming all villains are unknown.
Hand1 we're ahead of anything that isn't a pair, have good equity and looking at villains fishy stack size probably don't fold out much that we don't already beat.
Hand2, don't hate the call probably do the same myself as the 3bets so small. Villain fishy stack size makes me think we're up against a pretty strong range most the time though so I am not willing to c-bet, check behind and hope for a showdown/A/Q/T
Hand3, I fold pre. As played I fold the flop. Straight draws aren't as good on flush draw boards as only 3 of our outs are clean. More importantly our villain has c-bet a very wet flop, making his air range somewhat smaller. I only raise this up if I'm prepared to keep betting to remove the draws from villains range on the turn or villain medicore hands on the river. Without reads on villain and only 3 clean out I'm not willing to do this.