Was this a good bluff?

KJoKJo VermontRed Chipper Posts: 23 ✭✭
edited February 11 in Online Poker Hands
I am still trying to determine when to bluff and when not to bluff. It is one part of my game that seems to be a leak. Any help with this will be appreciated.

NL Holdem $0.50(BB)
SB ($20.00) [VPIP: 18.8% | PFR: 15.7% | AGG: 32.8% | 3-Bet: 6.7% | Hands: 595]
BB ($50.00) [VPIP: 24.4% | PFR: 20.2% | AGG: 45.8% | 3-Bet: 11.6% | Hands: 123]
HERO ($53.42) [VPIP: 24.1% | PFR: 16.9% | AGG: 27.8% | 3-Bet: 7% | Hands: 77966]
BTN ($58.84) [VPIP: 34.3% | PFR: 20.8% | AGG: 29% | 3-Bet: 6.3% | Hands: 213]

Dealt to Hero: :6H::8H:

HERO Raises To $1.50, BTN Calls $1.50, SB Folds, BB Folds

Hero SPR on Flop: [13.85 effective]
Flop ($3.75): :2C::7D::AH:
HERO Checks, BTN Checks

Turn ($3.75)::2C: :7D::AH::5S:
HERO Bets $1.87 (Rem. Stack: 50.05), BTN Calls $1.87 (Rem. Stack: 55.47)

River ($7.49): :2C::7D::AH::5S::TH:
HERO Bets $50.05 (allin), BTN Calls $50.05 (Rem. Stack: 5.42)

BE% = Risk / (Risk + Current Pot)
BE% = $50.05/($50.05+$7.49)
BE%=87%

This was a dumb bluff and a blunder on my part. The only thing I could be representing is a set here or two pair. Ugh...

BTN shows: :AC::Td
BTN wins: $105.59
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  • NinjahNinjah Red Chipper Posts: 1,145 ✭✭✭✭
    With backdoor straight and flush draws and a flop that we have range advantage on, I'd rather cbet the flop and barrel any turn in which we pick up equity (such as this 5) and just give up on turns that we don't. On such a dry board, I would give up the river when you don't improve. It's suicidal to go nuts on this type of board with so few draws available.

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