Originally Posted by EasyMoney92
Okay fair enough about the hand sample thing. 140 is a fair amount, I guess we should have solid reads.
I'll change it to readless. Really wondering what a good default plan is here vs a reg.
Definitely bet, once he checks back the flop we're always behind. I like bet/bet, expecting to get called 90%+ on the turn and to fold 90% of his unimproved range on the river.
Regs will sometimes give up with air as a general strategy when the flop hits a tight PF bb defending range, such as on KT3r.
This flop however doesn't hit a bb defending range hard enough to not justify a cbet with air, so I expect to see 6x, 8x, 77/55-33/22 and A highs 90% of the time, all of which will call once and fold river.
I think people cbet much lighter for value/protection on wet boards, not this kind of board.
Here to me, a check back on the flop screams of pot control wanting to get to SD.
A common mistake in these spots if to think we have SD value when in fact we're almost never good.
So yeah..best line vs a reg readless is bet/bet with shutdown on pairing board, imo.