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Old 01-09-2018, 06:19 AM   #1
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Cbet size and range questions SRP

I play 6max cash 100bb in microstakes

WHEN RANGE OF VILLAIN IS WIDE (reg defend bb (we IP), fish make a coldcall (we IP or OOP)

DRY OR VERY DRY FLOP:

IP vs REG. Cbet 1/3 size 100% of bluff range is the best way here no? Example BTN vs BB cbet 64s(without backdoor) in Q72r And bet 1/3 with all my value hands too. i do not want question about what SDV hands is best X here, only question about size and if bluff range is ok.

IP vs FISH. Cbet 1/3 size IP 100% of bluff range vs fish who no is a whale, because a whale can call me with air and my bluff dont have sense not even in this flops, so i go bet a 100% bluff here vs other fishes because i expect +26% fold here if he is a station or agro fish too, but vs a whale is ok bet my good bluffs like a backdoor FD IP and X/F OOP? Or is best only bet big my value hands and X/F all bluffs?. Cbet big vs fish players for value allways (i need open a post questioning about what is big and what is very big but not here)

OOP vs FISH. Cbet 1/3 size OOP 100% of my bluff range vs NIT fish (who fold cbet a lot). 100% of my bluff range vs agro and station fish? I think here he go fold +26% of time, but i dont know if it is enough reason for bet my 100% of bluff range OOP, Possibely this is the more important question of the post. And here i dont go bluff vs a whale.

COORDINATED FLOP:

IP vs REG: I asume my size need be balanced here so i can┤t bet 1/3 if i dont go bet 1/3 with my value hands, what is the best size here? 2/3? or i need think in a turn play vs different regs for understand the best flop cbet size? Example, vs a agro reg i need only bet my semibluff hands like BDFD OESD and vulnerable SDV, no? So bet big here is the best way because i have a range with more value hands i think. But what vs a nit (fold cbet big) reg? What is the best way? I asume he go fold +26% time here so Bet 1/3 can be best here with 100% bluff range and value? Or is best play like a agro reg and only cbet my best bluffs and 2/3 flop size too? I know i need pull apart semicoordinated coordinated and supercoordinated board, but my post can be endless.

But in semicoordinated board i can bet like a coordinated, or i should bet more than only semibluffs vs a agro reg?

In supercoordinated board like 789sss i only cbet semibluffs vs two regs so i can cbet 2/3 allways no?



IP vs FISH: never bluff vs a whale, only best semibluffs 1/3 size vs station and agro fish in semicoordinated and coordinated flops, never bluff in supercoordinated flops. Only if fish have fold to cbet a lot i can play like a nit reg and bet 1/3 100% range in semicoordinated and coordinated flops because i expect +26% fold cbet and only semibluffs in supercoordinated flops 1/3 too.
Obv value big vs all fishes.

OOP vs FISH: Should i never semibluff here vs a fish who no fold a lot to flop cbet? And i play like IP vs fish who folds a lot to cbet.



WHEN RANGE OF VILLAIN IS TIGHT (REG COLDCALL OUT OF BB, AND I┤M OOP ALMOST ALLWAYS)

what changes i need do here? Villain is IP almost allways and her range is more tight, so i expect low foldcbet, should i bet big allways with only semibluff hands vs tight reg too and in dry boards too? My brain broke here

Sorry for a lot of questions, but i┤m very confused with cbet, and my english is very bad for do good and focus questions, so i understand put all my thinks in the post is best than single questions for you can understand my mistakes and questions best.

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Old 01-09-2018, 04:52 PM   #2
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Re: Cbet size and range questions SRP

For a start, I'd stop dividing flops into "wet flops" and "dry flops" and consider instead how much fold equity you expect to have on each texture, given the likely ranges. e.g. On AK2r, a reg that flatted on the BTN isn't going to be able to call down with TT-77. You have a range advantage which means you can bluff a lot, but should also check a lot of your top pairs.
On a board with more middling cards like 965 or T86, whether there's a flush draw or not, you shouldn't expect villains to fold much in position or in the BB, since they have more combos that connect on those boards, while you have a lot of overcards. To put it another way, even the worst hand readers in the world will (subconsciously) "put you on AK", so you shouldn't c-bet at a high frequency on boards where AK completely misses, as you won't generate many folds, but you can bluff a lot on the boards where AK would be a standard c-bet. How much you deviate from "standard/solid" play greatly depends on the kind of villain you're playing, both in terms of what ranges he/she sees the flop with, and also how he/she reacts to c-bets.
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Old 01-09-2018, 05:22 PM   #3
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Re: Cbet size and range questions SRP

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For a start, I'd stop dividing flops into "wet flops" and "dry flops" and consider instead how much fold equity you expect to have on each texture, given the likely ranges. e.g. On AK2r, a reg that flatted on the BTN isn't going to be able to call down with TT-77. You have a range advantage which means you can bluff a lot, but should also check a lot of your top pairs.
On a board with more middling cards like 965 or T86, whether there's a flush draw or not, you shouldn't expect villains to fold much in position or in the BB, since they have more combos that connect on those boards, while you have a lot of overcards. To put it another way, even the worst hand readers in the world will (subconsciously) "put you on AK", so you shouldn't c-bet at a high frequency on boards where AK completely misses, as you won't generate many folds, but you can bluff a lot on the boards where AK would be a standard c-bet. How much you deviate from "standard/solid" play greatly depends on the kind of villain you're playing, both in terms of what ranges he/she sees the flop with, and also how he/she reacts to c-bets.
okey Arty ty for your advices
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