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Poker Choreography

by Michael Cappelletti |  Published: Jun 13, 2012


Michael CappellettiYou take a seat at a no-limit casino poker table where all of the other players are strangers. Do you usually have a game plan or a specific strategy?

For example, if you normally tend to play “tight aggressive” (play mainly premium hands and bet them boldly), you might want to play a few loose hands during the first two or three rounds to disguise your style. And of course, if you get caught bluffing, that is often a good PR investment.

An opposite approach is to fold most hands and play extremely tight during the first few rounds. And try to show off most of the very premium hands that you do play. After you have established yourself as a “locksmith”, then you can often steal quite a few extra pots.

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