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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Dec 12, 2012


Nov 5th—Sometimes you should not continuation bet a draw in a multiway pot. One of the things that you want to do to become a better poker player is to stop thinking of situations as “standard” or “automatic.” Each scenario in a hand is different and taking some rote line like you are multitabling 28 tables of online poker is not “optimal.”   One of the standard lines that I commonly see players take is always continuation betting a draw after being the preflop raiser — no matter what the situation. Now it is generally good to be aggressive in hold’em as most players do indeed miss the flop. But you have to examine the complexities of each continuation betting situation.   Let us take a look at a few examples:  Say three people limp in in front of you in a $5-$5 no-limit game. You decide to raise to $35 ...

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