Jesse Rockowitz bagged the chiplead on Day 1A of the Card Player Poker Tour Atlantis main event. The Northern California native is poised to make yet another deep run, putting away 191,100 in chips for ...
Crushing Live Poker With Twitter
by Bart Hanson | Published: Aug 22, 2012
July 2nd – You can learn a lot regarding the strength of your opponent’s hand by his sizing on turn – especially after a flop raise Poker is a game of incomplete information. The best players take the little information that is available to them and accurately decipher what probable hands their opponent holds. There are several techniques that can help you to do this well and one of the most telling ones is through bet sizing. Normally, the bigger the bet the stronger the hand. Now, this is not always the case, especially in the rare instances that you find players who can overbet bluff, but in general, especially on wetish types of boards, players want to “protect” their big hands so that they do not get sucked out on. In an earlier column I wrote that minish types of raises on wet boards usually represent a top pair ...
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