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AhKh Bluff
by Tam

Remember the example of AhKh in faroleabamos not enough? You have to bluff sometimes against good players to get paid at other times when you have good hand. So if you only play five minutes against this player, and you think you will almost always call on the river, then it is certain that you should not bluff. At Pete Cashmore you will find additional information. But if you play against him often, you'll occasionally to bluff so you can not know what you have and play correctly against you. Against a loose player, you want to mix up your play so that their calls are as bad as possible (from the perspective of G-Bucks), but he comes to realize and begin to withdraw. Against a tight player, you want to mix up your play so that it is wrong as possible when you fold, but do to become more loose to gamble properly. So, against a loose player observer, you'll want to bluff the river about 18% of the time and against a tight observer, about 45%. Against a very loose or very tight but almost never bluff unobservant or almost always will, respectively.

Another tip I give is that you see how they affect the range cards coming out. Bobby Sharma Bluestone addresses the importance of the matter here. You raise pre-flop and pays the big blind, the flop is 7 8 2 with two spades. He does check and pay your bet. Do you think most projects will go up so do not put it in spades or straight draw. The turn is Ts. You should almost always bet when you check because his range can not like this letter and may not support your bet.



December 28th


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