Hi guys, when I play I tend to get a lot of preshowdown winnings but often times lose them all in one huge pot. I size my bets appropriately to deny equity to draws yet often still get called only to become an implied odds ATM for villains. It's usually stuff like my 2 pair vs their set, or my aces v.s. them getting there on the river with trips or a straight that I wouldn't have expected. This is mostly at NL2.
Any tips for mindset and how to avoid this without becoming overly exploitable by bluffs?
I just got a free month of essential and was wondering if anybody knows some relevant videos that might cover this, there's so much I have no idea where to look... I guess it boils down to top pair/set/2 pair vs. wet/coordinated boards vs. opponents who call 75%PSB with any draw.
Videos that are not too too advanced would be ideal.