Originally Posted by chiego
donking turn is out of the question when we c/c flop
Why? Because we rep what we have?
But. Do you think it is likely that one of them keeps on betting turn with air? When 3 players put in money on the flop which was dry and A high?
Do you think they are more likely to fold Ax to a donk bet than they are to check behind the turn with Ax? This is the crux isn't it. Do we get more value by checking and letting of them to vbet worse rather than by donking and getting them to call with worse.
I know theoretically donking turn is bad because we turn our hand face up. Still I'm pretty damn certain that an NL 10 reg is much more likely to check behind a weak Ax than to fold it to a donk bet.
At higher stakes where people valuebet bigger and hand read better and fold more often if they think they are behind, sure donking turn after c/c flop could be bad. Even then saying "donking turn is out of the question when we c/c flop", is a bit too much.
Here, c/c donk line really seems pretty good to me.