Facing a raise after C-bet on dry flop

theagent77theagent77 Red Chipper Posts: 32 ✭✭
How do you behave when a player (no info) raises your cbet (let's say Hero cards are something you will c-bet most of times, like AJ,AQ...) on boards like K72, T63, 622, rbw ?

What I generally do is folding if I know my cards are unlikely to improve with turn, but I am afraid I am literally giving my money away in the long run. I' m afraid LAG players can exploit this leak.

What do you think?


  • SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 4,069 -
    How does the average person in your game tend to raise cbets? Often, sometimes, or just about never? If their raise gets called, do they tend to bluff future cards often?

    Does the board texture lend itself to the average player in your game raising a cbet more, less, or about the same amount of the time?

    Once you start exploring those things you'll be better suited to figure out if you should have cbet in the first place, if you should call the raise, or if 3betting makes any sense.
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