In this series of courses, we have learned about selective and non-selective continuous betting strategies. How to deal with the first raise to protect our game. Now it’s time to take a different choice and see how the defensive side will act on the flop. When it comes to failure, to the next failure. First, we’ll explore the three main reasons for calling continuous bets, and then some more. Introduce a refueling strategy that can be applied to both types of strategies. Follow-up bets are explained in Section 4.
The reason why there is a showdown value, there is a showdown value that the card has a number of strengths that are less strong. Worth mentioning, but the cards are no less powerful, not worth building a big pot. Starting hands with their general showdown values respond well. For the opponent’s betting range, but may fall below the opponent’s possible raise range. Therefore, a deck with its general showdown value is a call to compete with the opponent rather than raise. Look at the following example:
We are in the big blind card, the KQ card, the small blind spot is first raised to 3BB right. We decided to just raise the third bet is also a viable method, but for this strong hand. You can mix and match these two styles. In the absence of intelligence, the EV between raising the bet and the third bet is not much different in value. To the flop comes under AQ4tt, and the opponent bets the bet in the half pot. The 3:1 pot odds are worth playing for this hand. Of course, the opponent sometimes gets the top card pair and can beat us. But in the long run, our deck has a good chance of winning at the showdown stage.
At this time, we don’t expect fold rates
And this investment is profitable, because we generally can make cards. The fold by raise will be much lower than our card. We don’t want to invest too much and hit the opponent to form the top pair of cards.
Compared to what is currently on the table of implicit odds. More concerned with what might happen next. We have studied in the past, and implied odds refer to the ratio of input costs to the average return of large cards. Compare this ratio with the chances of compiling the big names mentioned. Above we can see if implied odds are profitable and if it is worth mentioning. In general, there is an inverse correlation between implied odds and folding equity. Implied odds mean that if we have a successful draw, we often get a payback. And getting it back often means that the opponent doesn’t fold often in the face of his next foul.
For example, suppose the opponent is a very aggressive player, he just fought in a recent battle. And wants to avenge him as the first person to upgrade to 3bb. In the position of the gun and we call the 7s6 button on the button. If failure can get us what we want, it will bring a lot of money to the team. The failure wasn’t what we hoped it would be, but it still gave us hope. To the flop comes under 842r, the opponent’s firepower is full, and a 2/3 pot bet is a bet. We have 100bb in our hands. Live pot odds don’t qualify for continued play, and we don’t expect to force red-eyed opponents. To cover most of the starting hands within reach, but that’s why we called.