Originally Posted by electrical
Adanthar thread MVP as usual
Re: dark check
Because when a c/r gets value b/3b gets more, if you're considering c/r/f then b/c costs the same and earns more, and giving an opponent who won't barrel an opportunity to take a free showdown when we have the best hand is bad.
I've long been wanting someone who does it to explain why dark checking is ever preferred over looking at your cards before acting in non-draw games. Feel free to take this opportunity.
Stud 8 spot where player B is clearly freerolling player A
A checks dark B bets dark A looks to see if he filled up then calls or raises