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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Dec 11, 2013

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Oct. 28 — When a card comes that can logically make your opponent two pair it is actually less likely to do so combinations wise.  If you have read or listened to my training material in the past, you know how important that I think it is to make thin value bets on the river. In fact, at the mid-to-low stakes games, this can comprise as much as 75 percent of your win rate.  One of the most common mistakes that recreational players make, especially when the pot gets big, is getting scared. Certain cards may come, and because they are incapable of betting for value, then folding to a raise, they just check to take a free showdown. This approach keeps them losers in the game overall.  One of the situations that scares these players the most is when a card falls at the end that can give opponent two pair. Let us ...


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