Originally Posted by bigoiltrader
Check on the flop is to sometimes play showdown and give him the option to not get fuqqy with me for one hand. Raise is to push him off a potential 24-28% equity that he's in control of and also avoid a bad situation on the turn where I'm oop and don't know if he's going to shut down (bc he picks up on the "check-call him down" game like AintNoLimit said) or barrel again 100% on a blank turn. For everyone that likes c/c on the flop are you willing to call down for his 1.3k starting stack? If not then we're better off check-folding the flop bc we almost never win or get in a spot to make good decisions later in the hand. That's how you lol "wait for a better spot."
dont know why you think if you c/c flop you need to c/c turn and river or that if hes bluffing hes bluffing all 3 streets 100% of the time.....each street has no relation to the previous meaning his bluffing frequencies on the turn and river aren't as high as the flop.......Id prob plan on calling nearly every turn and make a decision on the river, but you dont just auto c/c your stack off 3 streets....c/c flop and turn isn't much more expensive then your c/r, and you get two streets of money from him where as if hes folding bluffs otf to your c/r, you only get 100