Originally Posted by DaReKa
Well, if you have something 35% of the time and don't the other 35%, that's a good thing, because your opponent will be on a complete guess if he chooses to continue.
I don't think (but I also don't know) that 70-75% is arrived at from game theory though. I think knowing the profitable flop textures to bet at is the most important thing to (besides your opponent), and if you are doing that correctly you will arrive around 70-75%. If you do that and are still cbetting 90% of boards, you could choose not to cbet 1/5 good cbetting boards to randomize your betting some.
I don't know what stakes you play, but you might end up with a cbet% that high if you are playing with a ton of fish.
hey man, nah we dont hit the flop 65% of the time...so its even better lol, or worse depending what way you look at it ....Yeah i will usually cbet more OOP than IP...maybe a 10% difference or something...only ever change the bet sizing in relation to the texture and never my holdings, half pot dry 3/4, pot, wet etc...then start with the range thing more on the flop if im thinking about double barreling, usually hoping for a overcard on a dry flop...not much point in betting the turn if a low card comes i find....but its all dependent on villians actions/positon/range....like everything in poker, it depends lol
i play 2nl 6max and occasionally 5nl if im feeling good, and mix in some cc freerolls
and league games too...im everywhere mate lol