In position heads up Turn size in 3 bet pot?

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vax1op369

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3 bet pot your in position.
You bet 1/3 on flop opponent calls.
Whats the correct size for turn?
Or what do you recommend, thx mates
 
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3 bet pot your in position.
You bet 1/3 on flop opponent calls.
Whats the correct size for turn?
Or what do you recommend, thx mates


Thank you for posting

How do we decide on poker sizing?

1 SPR Stack to Pot Ratio

2 End goal- Can we get stacks? Does the V have a strong second best hand? Is it more likely we will only get 2 streets of value as the V has a weaker range as they called 3 bets or where they the 3 bettor pre?

3 What is the board runout- Draw heavy? Dry? Low cards?

4 Do we have the range advantage? The nut advantage?

5 Is the V weak tight- weak loose- tight -loose?

6 How does the V see us tight- loose- bluffy?

7 Are we OOP or IP? Will that change the perception of our hand strength by the V?

Hope this helps
:):)
 
Collin Moshman

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The biggest factors this will depend on are board texture and effective stack. For example, with an effective stack of 1.2x the pot and a coordinated board, I would usually just shove as an overbet.

If the effective stack is 2x pot and it’s a dry board, you would probably go 50% at most since you don’t need to worry about protection and this sizing sets you up comfortably for a river jam.
 
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