Re: sauce123 - $400 PLO
About your cbet sizing : you seem to use a lot of different sizes based on your range and board texture, but overall you seem to cbet on the smaller side.
I always thought that betting big was better when we have good barelling opportunities on later streets, just because when we're value betting we win much more money and if we can bluff on a lot of turns/rivers we don't care putting money into the pot on the flop.
I see that a lot of people are cbetting big on basically any flop, I'm thinking about Isildur1 who is always bombing even on high dry flops or paired boards. There is also people like Ike who always cbet small even on drawy boards. I see a merit in all of those different strategies but I'm curious to have your thought on it.
Great video btw.