Unibet 4NL - Correct c-betting?  


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June 19, 2018 3:50 am  

Short question on C-betting.
Was it correct in this case to c-bet flop - turn - river here?

Notes on villain: calls with any 2 cards preflop (90% of the time). Folds flop when missed. Keeps calling when hit - 1 pair or better. Raises or donk bets big with a big hand like top 2 pair or better.

Game #: Table €4 NL - 0.02/0.04 - No Limit Hold'Em - 14:03:15 2018/06/18

*** Seated players***
Seat 1: choppychop (€6.85)
Seat 2: Giorgios1 (€3.33)
Seat 3: Hero(€3.98)
Seat 5: crazyloop (€4.34)
Seat 6: jajest (€1.82)

*** Blinds and button***
jajest has the button
choppychop posts small blind, €0.02
Giorgiosl posts big blind, €0.04

*** Hole cards***
Dealt in choppychop
Dealt in Giorgios1
Dealt to Hero[Ah Qh]
Dealt in crazyloop
Dealt in jajest

*** Preflop***
Hero raises €0.12 to €0.12
crazyloop folds
jajest calls €0.12
choppychop folds
Giorgios1 folds

pot size [0.30€]

*** Flop *** [3c 8h 6c]
Hero bets €0.15
jajest calls €0.15

pot size [0.60€]

***Tum *** [3c 8h 6c] [Ad]
Hero bets €0.36
jajest calls €0.36

pot size [1.32€]

*** River *** [3c 8h 6c] [Ad] [6h]
Herobets €0.50
jajest calls €0.50

*** Showdown ***
Hero shows [Ah oh], Two pairs, Aces and Sixes

jajest shows [8c As], Two pairs, Aces and Eights
jajest wins €2.30

Alton - MicroGrinder Poker
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June 21, 2018 11:06 am  

Based on your notes on your opponent I would tweak your bet sizing on the turn and river. If villain is calling down with 1 pair, then you should go for a lot more value. I would bet 3/4 pot on the turn and river.

If you bet $0.45 on the turn, the river pot would be $1.5 and you could bet around $1.10 and the total pot size you win would have been $3.70 compared to the $2.30. So you lost about $1.40 in value by betting way too small versus this particular opponent.