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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Mar 19, 2014


Jan. 31 – If you suspect someone is floating, you should double barrel more often or check/call with showdown hands on the turn Readers should know how strongly I feel about a general game plan of bet/folding at the mid stakes and low levels of live no-limit. The simple fact of the matter is that people call down far too much and do not bluff enough, which is why we can continue to use this strategy over and over again for profit. But poker is a game of changing situations and variables and you must be able to adjust on the fly. The are some players, albeit rare, that will literally “float” you on the flop — that is call with any two cards to try and take it away on the turn. Profitable floats are usually done in the right types of situations, on boards that are wet and ...

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