Hey guys, I have heard this mentioned a few times but have never done it/understood it
As I see it, its when someone say check raises us and we dont really want to stack off but we think they can be bluffing, semi-bluffing a lot, so we decide to call flop and assume they barrel all these bluffs and semi-bluffs, so we then shove the turn if it is blank, just to fold out their equity and not put ourselves in a position of facing a river bet/let them realise their equity.
So, for eg sake, lets say in a SRP IP we have J
and someone check raises our cbet BTN/BB on 9
We think they have some bluffs and FD's but only stack off nut fd's and sets, which is -EV for us but we obviously have enough equity to call.
So, we call and 50% ott a blank comes off and we just jam? For the reasons I stated?
Or is this more applicable in 3b pots?
for example, say we have T
OTB, we open and BB who 3bets a fair amount, say 10%, 3bets us and we are unsure whether he is depolarised or polarised.
We call IP and board is the same : 9
(off topic, what do we do vs a cbet there? just ship it?)
lets say he cbets and we call and nice sexy little offsuit deuce peels. The 2
. Say we think he will barrel a fair amount. What do we do there? take the flop call/ship turn line and just get it in?
Kind of confused about this so any help greatly appreciated.