Today's installment is entitled, "Why do so many of Ed's examples suck so bad?"
The crime scene (emphasis mine):
Someone open raises and a player in the blinds calls. The flop comes J85. The blind checks, the raiser c-bets 3/4 pot, and the blind calls. The turn is a 2. The blind checks, and the raiser checks. The river is a K. The blind checks, and the raiser checks. The blind shows A8, and the raiser wins with QJ.
This is from a post on value betting the river.
Random Shuffle then goes on to point out that in Ed's example the hero missed a more important bet on the turn. Go ahead and read the whole post.
I just wanted to take this opportunity to point out that turn bets are often very important bets.