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When is torching SDV to apply pressure on nut adv boards ideal? ( my first time posting on here )

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When is torching SDV to apply pressure on nut adv boards ideal? ( my first time posting on here )

Let's say: HJ opens QTcs 30eff B flats. Flop AsKs2d. HJ bets around 75% on flop, B calls. Turn : Th
The solver has QT betting large on turn. Also hands like T8cc,T7cc. Is it because the T alone is not ahead enough once the large c bet is called? Are they better identified as straight blockers at this point? What am I missing? Is this a spot where it looks like we have SDV but we really don't?
If HJ had cbet small on flop, does that give the T enough SDV to start checking?
Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.

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