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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Sep 03, 2014

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July 15 — Be wary of good players leading out into multiway pots after someone else has raised preflop.  If you have read some of my previous columns here you know that I usually say that lead outs, often called donk bets, into preflop raisers are usually a sign of weakness. In fact, many times when a bad player leads out at the preflop raiser he is often semibluffing with a draw or his range is “capped” at one pair. This is useful information to us because often times this causes the player’s hand to be face up and on the right type of boards we can move them off of their holdings. However, if you see a player who you think is strong in your player pool lead into a multiway field that includes a preflop raiser, chances are he is very strong. Good players usually know that the best way to ...


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