However, it’s best not to continuation bet if the flop comes with a couple of mid-high cards: namely, flops like J94 or JT5. These flops often miss the hands in our raising range, but hit a ton of hands that are likely to only call a preflop raise: AJ, AT, QJ, QT, KJ, KT, JT, T9, J9, and many more.
Of course, against knowledgeable opponents, you’ll have to mix your plays a little bit to avoid becoming predictable. But against opponents who won’t catch on to what you’re doing, simply avoiding c-bets on these flops will likely save you a lot of money.
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