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Thank you, this is very helpful and makes sense as to what we are trying to achieve with this bet sizing and strategy

July 31, 2021 | 12:47 p.m.

Thank you for detailed explanation and examples. FTGU does introduce the strategies the way you explained it based on board textures, but since they also had a different type of opponent on the examples I got a bit confused but this makes much more sense now. Thanks again !

July 31, 2021 | 12:45 p.m.

Post | SW6 posted in NLHE: Float Bet Sizing on the Flop

Hi all,

I just finished the FTGU lesson on float betting the flop and I would like to get a better idea of the sizing that we are wanting to implement on the two different strategies.

So against a better reg where we are using a polarized float betting strategy, it makes sense to go with a bigger bet imo to apply more pressure with our bluffs and gain more value from our strong hands (around 60-75% pot)

I am unsure of what bet sizing I would like to implement with a merged flop float betting strategy since we are betting everything it makes sense to go with a smaller sizing, but I feel like a small bet (around 33% pot) does not really apply any pressure here and even an ABC reg would feel comfortable to continue with Ace-high, underpairs type of hands.

It also does not make sense for me to go as big on the merged strategy because it becomes easy to exploit.

I would appreciate any input on this topic.


July 29, 2021 | 10:33 p.m.

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