With bitcoin poker on the rise, there just aren’t enough hours in the day to play enough bitcoin poker. A consistent mistake we see from players online in bitcoin poker is a lack of continuation betting, and this is unfortunate. Working on a continuation bet puts you in a great position to win chips. To master poker, or at least become a master bitcoin poker player, understand what a Cbet is and how to use Cbets in your game to yield and you will see more profits when playing bitcoin poker online.
When to Cbet in Bitcoin Poker
A continuation bet or Cbet for short, is when you or another players bets on the flop after having raised pre-flop. Because you bet pre-flop and continued to bet on the flop, this is why it’s called a continuation bet. If you bet like this, essentially the player who Cbets has represented pocket aces, a really strong pocket pair, or a set on the flop. You usually continuation bet when you are in position against an opponent who has checked on the flop. This style of betting makes it very difficult for beginner players and you will win more bitcoin if you use the Cbet when playing bitcoin poker.
One thing to note however, is you don’t want to over Cbet because the strategy doesn’t work if used over frequently. Statistically, when Cbetting the majority of ranges you would bet pre-flop will hit the flop with Top Pair or better plus a good draw 35%-40% of the time. This is if you are playing very tight and playing with recommendable cards, worth pre-flop betting.
Why Cbets Work
The Cbet is incredibly effective especially for Texas hold em for winning you bitcoin because beginner poker players will rarely call on the flop after raising pre- flop unless they have excellent cards. Ideally, you want to Cbet when your cards are strong pre-flop, and there’s a chance you can also win on the river if needed.
Cbets are employed by poker pros and can win you more bitcoin too.
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