both you and i know we are not even at the skill to learn to manipulate on the turn, so why would you bet that far to begin with unless you had a solid hand?
discuss this on pm if u like, you keep saying river while no idiot plays til river with scare cards on table, think about it, if someone is calling 2.5times the pot on pre, flop, turn, and river that obviously means they have something, or you will be competing against at the end of the hand.
the math you stated was extremely flawed off bat, because no real play turns out like that unless there are 2 idiots on the board, post that on thepokerforum.com and people will look at you wondering wtf are u smoking?
1) The original post you responded to said river. You are the one that changed it to flop.
2) You have no idea what my skill level is at poker.
3) I never said they were calling 2.5 times the pot pre, flop, turn and river. I said pot sized bets.
4) Going for 3 streets of value is completely standard.
5) thepokerforum.com is dead - I tried to post there and couldn't even register a new account. Likely can't afford internet access after losing by constantly overbetting pots.
6) So I posted on the largest poker discussion community out there. 2+2 I'm obviously not going to convince you, but you are badly wrong. Lets let 2+2 decide. If you need a second opinion I'm also an active member of deucescracked.com and cardrunners.com if you'd prefer.
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