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Crushing Live Poker With Twitter

by Bart Hanson |  Published: Sep 19, 2017


July 31 — Five straight boards from out of position get bluffed after the turn is checked through One of the things that I constantly see at the mid-stakes levels of live no limit is players missing the opportunity to bluff their opponents off of a chop. Usually these good situations arise when the board runs out with a five straight and the player that should bluff is out of position. Let’s examine a hand that I recently played in at the Commerce Casino’s $5-$10 no-limit game. This spot took place late on a Friday night when the games were very good. My table was typical loose/passive but the villain in the hand was an older professional regular. He plays relatively tight preflop, unless he is tilting, but sometimes has trouble getting away from big hands. As it was common at this table the pot was limped by a couple ...

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