Maybe barreling here is ok, because our equity-loss vs CR is now smaller.
Checks at this kind of spots in my opinion have been quite often check-call spots. I was hoping that I could get him fold hands like AQ, but I am not sure how these hands would play.
General thoughts about bluffing at river
How do you also generally see bluffing at rivers with missed draws after you have chosen more passive line by checking through some hands. Most opponents correctly feel quite often that I am bluffing relatively often and routinely call it down.
Constructing a good strategy for complete range, bet sizing?
However in this kind of spots I am not only betting missed FD or SD's, but in my value range there might be also hands where I have sevens. Or in other spots I might have a hand that I think that is too weak to value-bet 3-rounds and turn is too CR-risky. So in these spots I often have polarized range between missed draws and thin valuebet hands.
What should bet sizing be for complete range here? Generally I think that by betting pot, I can include more bluffing hands while keeping villain indifferent in calling. Then by bluffing smaller I have ability to bluff more profitable, if villains don't adjust to bet-sizings.
What do you think about these pro's and con's between small in big bet-size in this kind of spots?