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$2/$5 C-bet this flop?

ds2uared Posts: 379Subscriber
edited January 25 in NLHE Strategy Discussion
No information. Just got bankroll up to playing $2/$5 a bit more regularly.

$500 eff.
UTG limps. Hero in MP1 K J raises to 25: Villain calls.

Flop 6 3 2× Villain checks. Should hero be c-betting this flop?


  • neverlearn2 Posts: 2,860Subscriber
    VS a complete random here, Id probably lean to betting flop and then continuing on good turns. I dsont like checking because of the flop compared to our range, we should be betting for value and equity protection here vs a pre flop caller.

    If we check, i would hate to just check fold but it looks like that what we are doing quite often.

    Cbet smaller like 20 then we have mroe room on turn for bet sizing. Villain cant just raise us of our range since we got so many hands that wont be folding here like overpairs and FDs.
  • irwinbetirwinbet Posts: 383Subscriber
    I think you should c-bet. You are heads up and in position vs someone who has shown weakness so far. There are several overcards to the board you can continue with OTT. In this spot, I would need a very good reason not to c-bet.
  • Daddyslap Posts: 46Subscriber
    Going to agree here; a c-bet is warranted heads up in position. Reevaluate the turn based upon action.
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