Originally Posted by tehmac
Do you think it is a leak to 3-bet and not double barrel (if you decide to c-bet)? Fee's guide on 2+2 states that you should not ever c-bet in a 3-bet pot if you don't plan to fire the turn again (pretty much shoving due to stack sizes), as it is lighting money on fire if you just c-bet and give up. What are your thoughts and what boards are you c-betting in 3-bet pots and what ones are you not?
I imagine Fees has some elaborate mathematical justification for this but when ppl say never in poker i get skeptical.
my cbetting habits are way more related to history and flow then board texture: tho there are of course the super coordinated flops where i have no pair no draw like 63ss on T98 where its almost certainly bad to bet and give up
Originally Posted by 0utplayed
If you had to choose, would you rather make a bad call or a bad fold? Or rather, what would affect you more emotionally disregarding $$$ amounts.
bad call because i gain information