Re: RikaKazak - Live Poker (Part 3)
About the theory of live players being "1 or 3" and online players being "1, 2, or 3"... To be clear, were you saying that this is true in live games for both calling and betting? In other words, most villains inflection point will be on the turn when they are the caller (in which case they will call down the whole way or fold on the turn), or also when they are the bettor (in which case they will give up or plan on firing the whole way)? Because I could see this holding true when villain is the caller, but I personally see many weaker live players barreling flop and turn (both for value and bluffs) only to give up on river. But I think I could agree that they often either call only 1 or 3 streets. Your thoughts?
If this is in fact what you're saying, I assume the correct adjustment is to not call turn unless we are planning on calling river? And as the bettor, should we never single barrel or triple barrel, but rather always double barrel when we decide to bluff the flop in the first place? Or, should we still sometimes single barrel and never triple barrel? If this is all correct, what implications should this have on our bluffing/value betting frequencies, if any?