Originally Posted by psy0nyd3
So when I'm playing my mid range Sconnectors, given the right situation, I shouldn't hesitate to semi-bluff with my strong draw or represent a made hand?
When I play these I tend to check/call until my hand is made.
I really can't answer this well. It's too situational.
It's complicated, don't make any major adjustments just because you've got a draw, except:
Be more willing to draw vs a calling station, and more willing to play it aggressively vs a TAG.
Be more willing to call in position and just about never call out of position.
Also see this thread: You donk, you bet a draw!!!
Although as c9 mentioned, SCers are next to useless against loose fish (most micro stakes players).
imo, you're usually far better off with K9o than 67s against calling stations.
If your opponent is going to see showdowns on a regular basis, don't trick yourself into thinking you've got enough implied odds to make up for all of times you don't make your hand, you don't, just grab a top pair type hand and value town it.