What is a Turn C-Bet in Poker?

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Last Updated: January 28, 2024

Turn C-Bet

A turn c-bet in poker occurs when a player who raised during pre-flop and bet on the flop makes a bet on the turn.

Turn C-Bet Poker Example:

Let’s say that you’re seated in the LJ position and were the pre-flop aggressor and raised during the first betting round. The HJ and BTN called. After the flop, you make another bet, and your opponents call. Then, after the turn card is revealed, you bet again, making a turn c-bet.

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