What is a good continuation bet percentage?
Good opponents will usually have a fold to continuation bet somewhere around 42%–57% at the lower stakes. Opponents who stray from this range can be exploited.
What is the point of a continuation bet?
A continuation bet (C bet) is a bet you make when you have missed the flop but entered the pot as the preflop raiser. It’s made to get your opponent out of the hand, as opposed to value betting. Essentially it’s a bluff that is based on the fact that you have shown strength preflop and were called.
When should you not do Cbet?
The best situation is when your HU. If you use the 1/3 rule, most of the time he’ll miss too and fold. If there are two villains, the odds of both of them missing is less than 50%, but a properly sized cbet will still make it marginally profitable. Above 2 villains on the flop, you’re going to be -EV cbetting with air.
How often do you hit a flop in poker?
How often do you flop a set? Every ambitious poker player should know this number by heart: roughly 12% of the time or once every 9 times you see a flop with your pair. A scenario many poker players are afraid of is the dreaded set over set: you flop a set but one of your opponents flops a better set.
What does PFR mean in poker?
PFR stands for “preflop raiser”. It is a sign of how many hands a player raises on the first betting round (preflop in Hold’em). August 15 2020.
What does C bet mean in poker?
When you follow up your pre-flop raise with a bet on the flop (whether you hit or not), it’s termed a continuation bet, or c-bet. A continuation bet takes advantage of the initiative you gain by being the pre-flop aggressor and carries it over onto the flop.
What is a poker flop?
What is the flop? The “flop” refers to the three cards dealt face up, after the first round when each player makes their play. These are the first community cards dealt in the round—cards which all the players can use to make their best hand.
How much should I raise in poker?
In games with blinds, this amount is usually the amount of the big blind. Modern poker rules require that raises must be at least equal to the amount of the previous bet or raise. For example, if an opponent bets $5, a player must raise by at least another $5, and they may not raise by only $2.
How many times can you raise in poker?
Betting and Raising. Check-raise is permitted in all games, except in certain forms of lowball. In no-limit and pot-limit games, unlimited raising is allowed. In limit poker, for a pot involving three or more players who are not all-in, there is a maximum of a bet and three raises all owed.
How much is a 3-bet?
As a general rule, you want to size your 3-bets roughly 2.5-3x the original open raise in position, and 3.5-4x the original open raise out of position.