When should I bet on the turn?
When you believe you currently have the best hand but believe your opponent is on a draw with one card to come, you need to make a bet. You should bet on the turn so as not to allow your opponent to draw for free. Obviously you need to make it mathematically incorrect for him to draw.
How much should I bet on the turn?
You should determine your post-flop bet based on the total number of chips in the pot. A good rule of thumb is to bet somewhere between 50% and 100% of the total number of chips in the pot. With this ratio, you can often get worse hands to call, better hands to fold.
When should I increase my bet size?
Situations where you might want to increase your bet size
When you are betting an insignificant amount of your bankroll – Most money management approaches recommend you bet a small portion of your bankroll on a given game – typically somewhere between one and four percent of your bankroll.
How much should I bet on the flop?
After the flop, the usual starting bet is two-thirds the size of the pot (the total that has already been bet). So if the pot stands at $9, you should bet around $6. If you want to re-raise, you should aim for two and a half times the previous player’s bet. So if they bet $6 you should raise to $15.
How much do you bet on poker hands?
The size of a bet is always measured relative to what is in the pot, and players should adjust their bets according to the size of the pot. A small bet is generally considered as being equal to half the pot or less, a medium is between half and three quarters, and a big bet is defined as anything above three quarters.