Originally Posted by wildyetty
when your holding the nutz and someone has already double barreled you what is a good value bet on river 30 50 or 100 % of pot? I feel I am not getting the most out of my good hands
PS i just floated his previous bets
It depends on a lot of things. Are you in position or out of position? What are you value betting? How light does your villain barrel? How stationy or passive is your villain? What is in your villain's value range? How many missed draws are out on the board? And if you want to get really into it: how will your bet affect your opponents perception of you in later hands, and how will it affect the way the rest of the table views you?
I tend to big of the mindset to go for the biggest bet I think will yield the most equitable outcome. Meaning - if I know my opponent is folding, it doesn't matter what piece of the pot I bet. So I'm going to bet big. Because I want to set the tone that if you're looking for a showdown with me, be ready to call a big bet on the river.