In poker tournaments you should size down a little bit here. 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.
What is a good c-bet percentage?
Even very competent players fumble their c-bet sizes. For instance, many live players are fond of betting either half- or two-thirds pot, habitually, and no matter the situation. Nowadays, anywhere between 25–100% of the pot is a reasonable c-bet.
What is a c-bet in poker?
A continuation bet—or c-bet—is made by the player who made the last aggressive action on the previous street. C-bets are an essential part of poker strategy.
What is a donk bet?
Donk Betting Defined:
‘A donk bet is a bet that is made into the aggressor from the prior betting round, denying them an opportunity to make a continuation bet‘. So for example, a player in middle position opens for a raise, the button, and the big blind calls.
When should you c bet in poker?
When you miss the flop completely, you should look to continuation bet regardless most of the time. Online poker pros advise that you c-bet approximately 65-70% of flops and the reason for this is that these bluffs have a high success rate.
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 is a whale in poker?
A high roller, also referred to as a whale or cheetah, is a gambler who consistently wagers large amounts of money. High rollers often receive lavish “comps” from casinos to lure them onto the gambling floors, such as free private jet transfers, limousine use and use of the casinos’ best suites.
How do you handle a donk bet?
Against players who bet marginal made hands, figure out if they will fold to aggression. If they will, raise with all your bluffs and call all your better made hands. If they will not fold to aggression, raise with your best hands and call with your marginal made hands and draws.
What does a minus 3 spread mean?
Bookmakers set a spread with the hopes of getting equal action on both sides of a game. For example, the Colts are a -3 point favorite against the Texans. The -3 points is the spread. If you want to bet the Colts on the spread, it would mean the Colts need to win by at least three points for you to win the bet.
What is a 5 bet?
The term 5-bet refers to the third re-raise in a betting round, usually seen preflop. For example, suppose you raise to $10 preflop with $1/$2 blinds. If a player re-raises, that’s a 3-bet. If you re-raise again, that’s a 4-bet. If a player re-raises again, that’s a 5-bet.
What does 4bet mean?
Definition of 4Bet
In poker, a “4bet” occurs when there is a bet, raise, re-raise and yet another raise. The last raise is known as a “4bet”. For instance – let’s say that you are dealt pocket Aces on the button.
What is a 4 bet?
A 4-bet is the second re-raise in a betting round. 4-bets are significantly more common before the flop, but they can happen after the flop as well. For example, suppose you raise preflop and a player behind you re-raises (aka 3-bets). If the action gets back to you and you re-raise again, that’s a 4-bet.