Originally Posted by MIGO14
And how should I proceed if I make a C-bet and get called and turn again donīt help me ?
Firing again makes it expensive, but if I check the other will raise me out of the pot I think.
This was something I was struggling with. The thing here is to pick your spots. If your villain is a calling station that never folds only cbet for value. If the villain on the other hand is folds often to cbets, cbet him all day long.
Yesterday I didn't pick up quickly that a villain was NEVER folding. He would take any ace or king high or any pair to showdown. I gave him a lot of money by cbetting. To be honest I adjusted a tad too late. The adjustment here is to tighten your range when the villain is in a hand and only value bet him.
And you want position on these guys at all times. You need to know what they are doing.
Cbetting a lot is good in micros because villains tend to play fit-or-fold but there are a lot of passive players that will check/call 3 streets with pretty much anything. If you are double barrelling them as a bluff, you'll be giving them money.