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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Jun 10, 2015


May 10 — You can sometimes overbet the turn to add maximum fold equity The act of over bet bluffing, especially on earlier streets before the river, is somewhat of a lost art. We often talk about situations where it can be correct to bet the turn as a bluff only if you continue on with your bluff on the river and other situations where continuing to bluff the river after your opponent called the turn would be considered spewy. But what if we could actually add max fold equity on the turn and sometimes force our opponent to shove or fold due to stack sizes? This line can actually risk less money in the long run than making standard bet sizes on the turn and the river and can achieve the same rate of success.  Let’s take a look at a hand I played at the Commerce Casino recently in the ...

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