- Jul 9, 2007
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I've been playing the .25/.50 NL Cash game Max $50 buyin, running 4 tables at a time. I don't know if it's just me, but say someone raises preflop to 2.00 in mid position and I call in the SB. Flop comes 9 6 4 and it's the initial raiser to act. He pulls the old bet the pot click for 5.00. Seems like a pretty big bet for a guy who raised preflop with a board like that. I mean why would he bet so much with a PP or better yet a set? What I'm trying to say is have any of you cash gamers out there noticed, that when someone raises preflop only to have a rag board come and then bet that pot that they have absolutely nothing the majority of the time? That's what I have noticed in the games I've played because I make a play back at these guys sometimes with no hand and they fold. Just curious as to what others think?