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optimal turn bet size

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by xdgvekv, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. xdgvekv

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    my what they say .. " 5 cents" ? :)

    villain dependent:
    if the guy is more stationy type and likes to chase all his draws till the river but then give up if miss I'd bet bigger the turn to charge the draws ( and obv he's never folding a king anyway)
    if he's more aggressive I'd probably bet 15-16 and shove the river.Its not like you are scared of almost any river and you give him room to do something stupid given that you have decent stack behind (which could give the illiusion of fold equity)

    I think something around 16-17 is a good default against unknown.
     
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    well with trips he will call u anybet, but what draw do u expect him to have theres only FD possible, ur a bit deep, his raise on flop is very small i dont think this is FD very often, most likely he will just call or raise bigger with FD.
    bet size is good imo
    if he call pot will be ~80 u have ~37more,
    18-24 is good imo
     

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