Poker Approach - How to Avoid Getting Bluffed

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In this article I'm going to discuss a poker approach you can use if you're having trouble poker facebook getting ahead. We all want to win every hand that we play. But sometimes it just seems like we have the same hands over again. Here's what you need to do to find the best way to approach the game.

First of all, you should never think you can get to a level where you win the pot every time. There is simply no point in doing that because the people you are playing against are going to beat you anyway. I believe the reason that these people are winning is because they make poor play decisions and then they wait for luck to run out.

That's the problem with many players when they are trying to increase their betting range is that they spend so much time worrying about the blinds and the stack size. They don't realize they are betting a lot more on more consistent hands. So, rather than spending time focusing on the smaller pots you should focus on the ones that are facing small stacks.

The reason I'm using this example in even money games is because you want to increase your betting range while remaining relatively low priced in order to maintain control. Your stack isn't going to change all that much when you're dealing with big players. But if you play against an average player you will see your range increase.

There are two things that you want to keep in mind when you are working on your poker approach. One is that you need to be aggressive in order to beat bluffing.

It doesn't matter if you're playing at a good table or a bad table the second thing you need to do is focus on the constant threat of how much you're going to bet. If you're going to bet a lot of money on the flop then you're going to have to stay aggressive. But if you're playing well then you don't have to bet nearly as much.

Be sure to focus on your odds of winning every hand. Don't concentrate on how much you are betting on the flop. The goal is to go for the small stack type of bets and look to move up the card counts before your opponents get started.

Once you have done this then you should be looking to raise pot limit when you're not exactly getting any chip advantage. This is called a spot to play and it is a great way to increase your stack size without putting yourself in danger.

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Topic revision: r2 - 02 May 2020, AnusDesah
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