I would recommend making your CBet size no larger than 50% in a tournament due to the shallower stack sizes. And in 3-bet pots, whether you are playing cash games or tournaments, your CBet sizing should always be 50% at the very most.
How much is a continuation bet?
Continuation bet sizing.
A good continuation bet is between 2/3 to 3/4 of the size of the pot. When we make this play we want to make it appear as if we have a very strong hand like top pair or better scaring our opponents out of the pot, and betting between 2/3 to 3/4 the size of the pot does this very effectively.
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.
Should you CBet out of position?
It’s actually recommended to cbet this type of hand most of the time, because it has great potential on later streets. But we have to be mindful of protecting our checking range, and we need to check/call this hand some frequency having the intention of bluffing turn or river if the opportunity presents itself.
What is a continuation bet in Texas Holdem?
A continuation bet—also known as a c-bet—is a bet made by the player who made the last aggressive action on the previous street. This process starts with a player making the final raise preflop and then firing the first bet on the flop.
How often should you CBet flop?
So despite the fact that how often I make a CBet will vary quite a bit depending on the player type, I do have a general rule of thumb that I recommend. And that is to make a CBet on the flop roughly 70% of the time.
Should you always make a continuation bet?
When you raise before the flop your opponent is likely to put you on big cards. When the big cards come on the flop your bet will often win you the pot. Boards with aces or kings on them always make great continuation-bet situations because most opponents are going to think that they hit the pre-flop raiser.
What does PFR mean in poker?
PFR stands for “preflop raiser”. It indicates how many hands a player raises on the first betting round (preflop in Hold’em). It’s calculated as follows – Number of Raises Preflop / Number of Raise Opportunities Preflop.
When should you not Cbet?
Five Reasons Not to Continuation Bet in No-Limit Hold’em
- You Missed the Flop. …
- You Are Out of Position. …
- You Face Multiple Opponents. …
- Your Lone Opponent Is Aggressive. …
- You Wish to Balance Your Play.
What is WTSD in poker?
WTSD stands for Went to Showdown, and is a statistic used in online poker database software like PokerTracker and Hold’em Manager. WTSD is the percentage of the time you stay in a hand all the way through to a showdown.
What is a 3 bet in poker?
Commonly used to refer to an initial reraise before the flop. The term has its origins in fixed-limit games where an initial raise is worth two bets, then the reraise is equal to three and so on.
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.