Tag: advanced strategy

Nov 02 2021

Overbetting in Poker: How to Overbet Like a Pro

Nov 02 2021 Published at Jacob Topley under tags  advanced strategy poker strategy

Today I’ll be giving you the relevant tools to help you overbet like a pro. It’s used to be rare when playing poker that a player would choose to be greater than the size of the pot, betting larger than the flop is called an overbet. It’s becoming more common and incorporating overbets is for sure the most profitable way to play...

Overbetting in Poker: How to Overbet Like a Pro

Nov 02 2021 Published at Jacob Topley under tags  advanced strategy poker strategy

Today I’ll be giving you the relevant tools to help you overbet like a pro. It’s used to be rare when playing poker that a player would choose to be greater than the size of the pot, betting larger than the flop is called an overbet. It’s becoming more common and incorporating overbets is for sure the most profitable way to play...

Oct 06 2021

Bluffing In Poker: What Makes a Good River Bluff

If you asked a non-poker player what they thought bluffing was, they would tell you that you take a bad hand and pretend it's a good one. They would also think that this is a huge part of the game and that you will be bluffing all of the time. While this information isn't overtly wrong, it's not quite accurate. You are taking...

Bluffing In Poker: What Makes a Good River Bluff

If you asked a non-poker player what they thought bluffing was, they would tell you that you take a bad hand and pretend it's a good one. They would also think that this is a huge part of the game and that you will be bluffing all of the time. While this information isn't overtly wrong, it's not quite accurate. You are taking...

Sep 02 2021

Poker Solvers: Why Do They Bluff with Small Pocket Pairs?

Conventional wisdom states that bluffing with a pocket pair is a bad thing. Pocket pairs have only 2 outs, if they're behind in a hand it's very difficult to improve. The hands that your opponent calls with also have bundles of equity against your small pocket pair. So even though you could be ahead in hand value, you can still be behind in...

Poker Solvers: Why Do They Bluff with Small Pocket Pairs?

Conventional wisdom states that bluffing with a pocket pair is a bad thing. Pocket pairs have only 2 outs, if they're behind in a hand it's very difficult to improve. The hands that your opponent calls with also have bundles of equity against your small pocket pair. So even though you could be ahead in hand value, you can still be behind in...

Jan 23 2020

Poker Timing Tells

You raise from the button in a tournament with J-10o. The big blind calls after a couple of seconds. You are both 60 big blinds deep. The board comes 8h-4h-3s. He checks to you. You bet half-pot, about three big blinds. He calls. The turn is the 9 of clubs. He checks to you. What … Poker Timing Tells Read More » The...

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