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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Apr 15, 2015


February 22 — Against early position limpers you can play for big pots with a flopped two pair out of the blind on disconnected boards One of the most commonly misplayed hands in no-limit hold’em is when you flop two pair out of the blinds. A lot of players get lost in these situations and will commonly put themselves in way ahead/way behind spots through their action or get scared when draws complete and do not properly maximize their value. In general, I am not a huge fan of check-raising two pair out of the blind unless the top card is a high card such as a king or an ace that will most likely continue to be top pair throughout the hand. You do not want to check raise a hand like 10-2 out of the blinds on a 10 6 2 board, as it gives a player that ...

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