Originally Posted by TryTo
Wait when draw appears on table or cards that opponents might have, then bet. There is probability that someone caught on table and calls.
And you are losing every single bit of value from weak trips, medium to small pocket pairs, and sometimes A-high will call on a paired board.
You can't stand around waiting for the board to have a draw and not be aggressive when it doesn't. Besides, when it gets a draw now you have to make a pretty small bet because the pot size is small, which means that you are only getting value around 15% of the time, and from those 15 you will still lose 20% or so. It's chaos.
For example, if the pot on the flop was $5, the most you can bet Turn is $5. Anything more than that is a a donk-donk (twice as donkey as just betting) bet in my opinion. Your opponent can think it's a good price to pay and he is actually right in this example. Because even if he completes his draw you can't really fold on the River. I'd prefer a bet/3-bet line on the flop, and blind shove turn as a general case. Much easier and simpler.