The first major hole ive noticed in my game since coming back is cbetting too many flops both in and out of position. In the past i would cbet pretty much 100% of the time, and its honestly a tough habit to get out of because and sometimes makes me feel like I'm playing weak. I'm trying to think about how the flop interacts with both ranges and bet with a range advantage and check when the flop has equalized the equities. Villains range is probably 40% of hands as hes a super rec and has a short stack. Would it play differently if he started with a full stack?
Edit: In game my thinking was that this flop had significantly equalized our equities. It did somewhat, but I still have a significant range advantage and I chose the worst option.
UTG: 50.7 BB
MP: 48.2 BB
CO: 218.2 BB
BTN: 157.2 BB
SB: 92.8 BB
Hero (BB): 115.5 BB
SB posts SB 0.5 BB, Hero posts BB 1 BB
Pre Flop: (pot: 1.5 BB) Hero has Kc Ac
UTG raises to 2.5 BB, MP calls 2.5 BB, fold, fold, fold, Hero raises to 12 BB, fold, MP calls 9.5 BB
Flop : (27 BB, 2 players) Js 8d 6s
Hero checks, MP bets 16.5 BB, fold
MP wins 25.7 BB