Originally Posted by Blackfeet888
Here's a thought, maybe you need to make a larger initial bet so you can put your opponent on a smaller range if he calls a lets say 6x preflop blind then the overcard hits and you bet say pot and he reraises then it's not hard to know what to do, but if your trying to milk him with pocket kings and lets say your bets are small no information type bets then your going to be lost.
Anyways we really need more positional and Hud info to best asses this situation.
the problem with the above advice is that you may be giving away bet sizing information.
I'd trust a reliable bet sizing tell over a HUD stat any day.
If you're planning on playing a lot of pots, smaller preflop raises are OK provided you are disciplined enough to fold premium hands on a bad flop.
If you're planning on playing few pots, then bigger preflop raises are OK.