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Ten Flops After A Light Three-Bet

by Ed Miller |  Published: Oct 01, 2013

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Last column, I chose a specific set of preflop actions and then examined how I would play on each of ten different flops. I’ll go through a similar exercise here with a different hand. You’re in the big blind. It’s a $5-$10 no-limit hold’em game with $1,000 stacks. Your opponent opens the button for $30. He’s a regular, professional player, entrenched at this level. The small blind folds. You reraise to $110 with K 4. As a professional player, you expect your opponent to defend against your reraise with a fairly wide range of hands, though you also expect that he would fold the worst of his button opens. He calls. Let’s go through a quick overview of the dynamics of this scenario. The pro will open the button with a wide, wide range of hands. The big blind (BB) is compelled to reraise liberally, or else the button may ...


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