First of all I don't really know what our range is because I don't have a donking range on this flop.
But If I would have a balanced range here I think that we could bet our entire range small with 22 being the weakest hand for value. I don't really expect him to have a hand in between 22 and a straight so all those hands are the same to me and it doesn't really make sense to have two betsizes imo.
If he jams I would probably call all my Tx and fold the rest.
Oct. 4, 2015 | 11:29 a.m.
Depends on what stakes you're playing. If it's 50nl or lower you definitely don't need to worry about a small fluctuation in cbet size, nobody will ever notice it ;). Especially if you're playing zoom.
Ofcourse in the long term or at higher stakes it does matter and you should have different sizes on different boards and the same size on the same boards (you might even have 2 sizes on one board, but then they should both be balanced).
Something to remember for size: The drier the board the less you have to bet. The more draws there are on the board the bigger your betsize. This will be true in most cases.
Sept. 30, 2015 | 12:10 p.m.
I would fold the flop. We only have 3 outs and not even a backdoor draw.
As played I would just call the turnbet. But if you raise you should make it bigger so that you can jam blanks OTR.
River is a tough spot. With this SS you could maybe exploitably bet 1/3d pot and fold to a raise.
Sept. 28, 2015 | 9:24 a.m.
I'm not sure about the turn. Betting & x/calling both seem kind of awkward to me.
As played it's player dependent. We have ~40-50% if he barrels all his missed draws and if he always raises good hands before the river but at 10nl people aren't bluffing that much and his AF is kind of low. I tend to fold these kind of spots.