Okay that's interesting, does anyone else think this is a bad spot to c-bet?
I thought this was a pretty good spot for a c-bet, its not too low and its really dry. It just seems like a super standard c-bet to me for this reason, and is like the bread and butter of my game (fish limps, we raise, they fold to our c-bet)
Your post makes sense, not bluffing
fish and stuff, but i find the weaker players are the ones that double barrels work on the most. I think its still a good spot to keep betting against regulars, but regulars are going to expect me to be betting the K scare card almost always so they shouldnt really worry about me holding one either. Its usually the fish that see the scare card and fold their marginal crap, i thought anyways.
Another reason i c-bet is because we have like 6 outs to good top pairs, back door flush outs and backdoor straight outs. That and a standard c-bet for me here would be like half pot so it'd only need to work 33% of the time, coupled with my actual equity makes it a no brainer for me... anyways, im not saying ure wrong, just a spot i'd always thought c-betting was better. Lets see what others think.
I wanna see what the general consensus is here for c-betting
edit: in hindsight maybe i should of done my usual half pot c-bet even if i was planning to barrel as this guy is pretty short and i could have more fold equity perhaps on the turn bet