- Apr 18, 2021
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You can try this, but with a smallest bet, if he have somethis , he calls .Statistically is vantage you bluff against one opponent?!
If you bet before flop and you have position against one opponent, your opponent after flop, only check. Your C-bet is a better strategy?!
If you're a noob, best thing you could do is to start c-betting based on the board. So if the BTN raised you at BB and you call, the board plays out 3 6 7, check and wait for c-bet from opp on the flop and then call or 3bet opps flop c-bet. If opp calls, throw a 30-60% c-bet OOP on the turn. This tends to be profitable with ATC based on position. Now if you made an early position raise with something like AQ and you get a call from CO and board runs out J K 5, you can def raise OOP on the flop because your range is tighter than the person that called from cutoff. If the board ran out 4 6 8 for instance and I'm the OOP raiser, I'd check it down and sift through what opp could have and see if I have equity based on actions and a good mix of early position bluff raises/3bets.
Also I almost guarantee this wont be profitable at anything less than .25NL