Hey there guys!
I'd come to think of how "unethical" donking bets are, and how many people aren't really using them. At least they aren't at the lower stakes that I play. I also know how annoying it is when you are getting donked into and can't really tell what it means.
Therefore I'd love to widen my game and learn more about donking. How would you for example construct a donking range on flop and turn in a pot where you're not the PFR?
I can guess that we donk with some nut hands plus super draws, but wouldn't they be as good to c/r? Why should we donk, and what hands?
Let the discussion flow!
And lastly, is there any good video on this site that is about donking?
July 7, 2014 | 12:52 a.m.
Yeah KP24, the top set thing I also do. Thing is that's so few combos and so on. I've also found myself c/f turn and river more often.
James, never thought of it that way. So if I look at my cbet (58%) does it tell if I check too much air? I thought the number was pretty standard and therefore did not think of it that way.
Thanks for the replies guys. I'm getting really worried about my game here lol.
June 17, 2014 | 10:04 p.m.
One big leak I have in my game is my check-call range on flop. I have a stunning 73% C/F flop and I am easily getting exploited because of that.
Atm I check midpairs and weak TPs, but it obviously aint enough. Do you use draw hands in your c/c aswell?
Or how does your check-call ranges look like?
For example I check-call A7 on 27J. But on the same board I also check 88-JJ. Which also leads to the fact that I can't effectively check-call three streets. Hence my worrying about if I should check some draw hands...
Messy post perhaps.. tl;dr what do you use in your check-call range and construct it in a way so you can call 3 streets more often than just 1-2 and then have to give up?