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  • Small size betting OOP

    It seems one of the general rules I’ve learned is that when betting OOP you want to use a larger size, to get more folds and avoid playing more streets OOP.

    However, as I go through some of these solver webinars (mostly the Matt Afleck ones) I see that small, size OOP flop bet occasionally.

    The only time I feel like it’s right to do that is when I flop so huge that I’m not worried about getting outdrawn or bluffed and I want to make sure I get value. (Flopping a straight or top set or something.)

    Are there other scenarios where a small flop bet OOP is right?

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    Low SPR situations. This is very common in spots where you 3! from the blinds. We are very frequently betting our entire range with a range advantage over our opponents.

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