Help with C-bet
Firstly, I know there are gonna be a lot of you that say, give us specific hand history, but i'm just looking for some general advice really.
Basically, its said that someone will only hit the flop 30% of the time, so if you consistently c-bet, this will be a big +EV situation.
I'm not dissagreeing or anything, but it can't be that simple..the games I play, people call a c-bet more than 50% of the time... then it gives me a harder decision on the turn, or ive just burned money.
Im just looking for ANY advice really, no matter how simple you may think it is.. I mean, c-betting OOP cant be the same for example.
If i give one sample...that i find a tricky situation, then perhaps it will help
6 Handed, SnG, average chips stacks...blinds 50/100 (stacks around 10k)
Im dealt A/10 clubs in the cutoff... its folded to me and I decide to raise to 400
Button calls, sb folds, BB calls (i mean cmon, at $6 sng the BB has to defend regardless, its the law )
So theres 1250 in the pot and the flop comes Kh 9d 3c
BB checks, i bet 750 and the button calls..BB folds.
OK...so what does this mean to you, cos i see this every single day in $6 sng
I'm now not even sure at this stage what I want to see on the turn regardles.
In my world, it tells
me that im beat..there's no flush or straight draws on board.
If the guy has AK he could flat here, but would you? Why give someone a chance to catch up, i'd be raising with AK to either take down the pot, or get an answer.
If the guy has AA its also a dangerous flat call...KK is a little safer i guess.
He cant be bluffing, because you dont flat call with a bluff, which i guess means he could be floating to build the pot, knowing he's going to shove on another street, but again, thats dangerous considering my pre flop raise and c-bet.
So is he chasing????
So many questions..
Anyone wanna take a guess what happened next (just for fun)?