Does anyone know of any good 'current' resources on Postflop play?
What prompted this question is that I was in an online tournament with a good TAG player.
As an example, defensively, that player check/folded TPTK heads-up on the river on a A9632 board to sustained pressure on every street (no draws other than the unlikely 87, 54 after he raised 5BB from EP). Then he showed AKs after mucking ..he 'knew' his opponent had 2-pair or a set (he had A6s).
Personally, I would assume the opponent would have KK-TT, AQ-AJ to call a 5BB EP raise, so I would have called his raises all the way ..but these days, with weak players playing every AX at any price, the fold makes perfect sense: you're very likely facing 2-pair.
And when winning, the TAG 'cleaned up': 2/3 of the time with a much better hand, 1/3 of the time with fold-equity because everyone was totally intimidated.
I was thinking of Negreanu's 'Small Ball' chapter in his book. Or maybe I should review Harrington 1 & 2 again (but is his advice 'dated'; it's been many years since I've read his tournament books).