AJs defense in the BB vs and UTG raiser, then the discussion about x/r the flop or waiting for the turn -- does this flop texture matter?
Here the flop is J 6 2 (basically paint rag rag) and the turn bricks a 3. I'd imagine that turn raise looks stronger than usual (which you mention in the video, a turn'd back door flush draw would make your x/raise look a little friskier).
So with that said, would a J T 2 flop (effectively paint paint rag) fix some of the problems with some turn's bricking out? (Just aesthetically for the villain at least).
[edit: err, by paint paint I mean broadway broadway]
That being said, does the flop texture even matter or does what the turn bring matter more? Or does it mostly matter how well you balance your flop x/c range?
vs somebody really good i think balancing better (or at least being aware of things like flop composition like you mentioned) would be more useful. against this guy who just seemed more aggro/weird i don't think it's that necessary. i was just trying to think of how to get roughly one postflop raise's worth of value and what line would be best for that. in retrospect maybe if i c/r flop this guy will just 3bet and barrel off, or call and freeshowdown raise the turn, or do something else silly, but it's hard to say. i think a lot of people would expect any jack to checkraise this flop, so they just assume optimistically that you have whatever draw the turn could have put up (when you c/r the turn)