Your first decision on the flop will probably be the last. Either commit or do your whole stack fold. A result of relatively weak position to act immediately after the preflop player to have raised such a decision will be very tough. For example, suppose the flop comes Qh 7c 5d. Everyone checks to the cutoff who bets $ 300 into the pot of $ 415. You have to commit now and do not have enough information. You have four rivals any of which may have a good hand. This scenario is not advantageous, and, however, is a situation where you are many times when you decide to see a flop.
You can avoid tirandote preflop. Scenario 3. Call you make and the rest are thrown away. The pot is $ 175 preflop and got $ 920 back. Your opponent is aggressive and believe that almost bet the pot or the pot regardless of the cards out on the flop. Again you are in a difficult situation. Often, there'll hook up on the flop, so if you plan to throw you each time no hookups, so you're giving your opponent a large percentage of boats. It is unlikely that you're able to overcome the disadvantage to make this hand profitable in the long run. To make your call profitable preflop will be able to steal some boats. If your opponent limpers raisea against some weak hands, and therefore often not flopea anything he may be able to steal enough boats.