Reraising CBet Flop
Now if you use this all the time, players will start to notice and your fold equity will go out the window.
First off, would like everyone to check if my math is right. Second off I would like to know what people think of using this.
The only thing that you need to have is the thought that your opponent will fold atleast 5% of the time to a reraise.
UTG: 6s7s Raises 90
Button: Ah 9d Calls 90
Flop: Js 9s 4d Pot: 225
Button Bets 225
UTG Reraises 675 (3x the original bet)
15% button folds: (.05)(550)= +27.5
35% button calls and we hit: (.35)(1575)= +551.25
50% button calls and we miss: (.60)(675)= 438.75
So we are +140
Also I have seen players make pot size cbets with nothing, that's why I estimate 5% fold equity.
This then opens up reraise floating when the board has a flush draw on it and your opponent makes a pot sized bet.
We also assume that if a flush card hits, your opponent will give up and you will take down the pot right then.
Not sure if this play makes sense, I feel like I am definitely messing something up here.
Also you're equity increases to around 52% when you have two overs.
What do you think?