The remaining 130 are now playing 150-300 with a 25 ante. All levels on Day 1A and 1B are 40 minutes in length.
Head Games: Cash Game Overbetting Dynamics
by Craig Tapscott | Published: Oct 16, 2013
The Pros: Daniel Marks, Gareth Chantler, and Jerry Fang Craig Tapscott: Please share your thoughts on when you throw in some overbets to confuse or instigate a reaction from an opponent. Against what types of opponents and in which situations do you employ this tactic? Daniel Marks: Overbets can be very useful against both weaker and better players. However, I think they are most effective against weaker players or players you have a strong read on. Weaker players tend to react very predictably to overbets; they start by giving you respect for the first one or two, but then quickly turn into stations once you’ve overbet a couple of times. Overbet-bluffing weaker players at the start of a match works pretty often because they will be transparent about what they have and will often make it clear if they have top pair or better. And they will not be very ...
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