When you make a call on the turn planning to fold the river, are bet folding for value, or say to yourself that you will fold if your opponent bets the river, just snap fold. Do NOT think about it.
1. Mentally, it's a lot less painful to let your big hand go when logic ahead of time dictates that it will be a bluff catcher if bet into/raised, and you'll feel good about losing the least when you snap fold. But when you tank fold, it hurts if/when your cards finally hit the muck
1. If it's a big hand and a painful laydown, you might talk yourself into making a bad call because you don't want to let your big hand go
2. If you snap fold, your opponents won't think it's a big laydown. If your opponents don't think you're capable of making big laydowns, they'll be less likely to bluff you. This means you can actually fold more confidently when you have a big hand that's a bluff catcher and have to worry less about being bluffed
3. Some skillful opponents are capable of feeding false micro tells to trigger your subconscious call reflex when they have a big hand
4. Keep the game moving. Don't waste everybody's time when you already decided that your hand would be a bluff catcher if you got bet into/raised
So stop tanking and keep the games moving, people