I have been out of poker for about a year now. Working on another project full time which has been very successful.
So getting back into it I started back online to unrust myself.
I noticed the small CB lines that are showing up from regs. Did some research on the subject which hit on something I have been mentioning for years between my poker associates and myself. So finally it has come to light using PIO solvers and analyzing play that is close to GTO.
So if you are not caught up on what is going on this is the summary.
Regs online, and I know very likely this will apply to 2/5 and 5/10 at some point if not yet, are betting like 1/4 to 1/3 pot 100% of the time after raising preflop. This means that basically it is always a +EV bet on many boards by betting so small. As a defender you need a MDF = minimum defense frequency which I am well aware of. If you read Miller's Poker's 1% and Janda's Advanced NL book it covers this if I remember with the latter in more detail.
Generally you should be floating more to prevent yourself from being exploited. None of the videos or articles I read talked about raising on the flop or floating on the flop and raising the turn and it's merits. With this I assume players who CB small will CB again OTT with a very high frequency.
So I'd like to start a discussion into it. I am looking into this myself at the moment but don't have anything I feel confident posting. I have yet to get back into live play. I needed a warmup online to get the brain rolling again.