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Poker Strategy With Jonathan Little: Playing Top Pair By Predicting Opponent Reactions

by Jonathan Little | Published: Nov 02, '20

… on how you expect your opponent to react. If you think … in your opponent playing well. You never want your opponent to fold … rounds. If you think your opponent will assume that you must …

Poker Strategy: How To Destroy Your Opponent After Seeing Just One Showdown

by Card Player News Team | Published: Sep 01, '18

… down ways to exploit this opponent: Widen our four-bet bluffing … clear value bet, so our opponent has obviously made a … EV against this bluff-catchy opponent: Call down light against triple … pay close attention to your opponent’s tendencies, but also realize …

Poker Player Loses Pot Of 13,000 Big Blinds After Showing Opponent A Card

by Brian Pempus | Published: Aug 29, '18

… Showing your opponent one of your hole cards …

World Series Of Poker Main Event Runner-Up Apologizes For Accusing Opponent Of Slow Roll

by Brian Pempus | Published: Jul 17, '18

The 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event wrapped up this past weekend with John Cynn sitting with all the chips when the dust settled. He took home the coveted bracelet and $8.8 million after a heads-up battle with Tony Miles that lasted about 11 hours. …

Kevin Hart Wins Pot After Calling All-In Bet With King-High, Returns €15K To Opponent Out Of Pity

by Brian Pempus | Published: Jan 10, '18

… -high. Fortunately for Hart, his opponent, Mila Monroe, only had six … and didn’t raise his opponent because he thought hold’em …

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Know How To Check For Value

by Jonathan Little |  Published: Sep 08, '21

… raise size that gives your opponent a realistic opportunity to fold … and got exploited by his opponent. Jonathan Little is a two …

Deuce To Seven Triple Draw Lowball: Leading The Turn Part 1

by Kevin Haney |  Published: Sep 08, '21

… definitive underdog. In addition, our opponent is never going to break … increase the probability of our opponent completing a pat hand … even though we know our opponent is almost always still … the turn checks through, our opponent is almost always still …

Head Games: Street By Street Tournament Bet Sizing

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Aug 25, '21

… shove from your opponent. For the more “sticky” opponent you want to … also the skill of your opponent. This allows for easier … consider the likelihood of our opponent connecting with the flop, we … strong hand relative to my opponent’s strengthened turn range, …

Bluff Catching On A Four-Flush Board

by Jonathan Little |  Published: Aug 25, '21

… consider how this strong opponent would perceive my range. … on the flop, my opponent will probably presume I … worth noting that my opponent may bet the turn … in my range. My opponent could also be turning … me think that my opponent would be bluffing much …

Seven Card Stud Eight-or-Better: Sometimes Playable Hands

by Kevin Haney |  Published: Aug 25, '21

… strong enough to reraise an opponent, provided they are not showing … pair our door-card, our opponent will often continue figuring that … and it appears that our opponent(s) more than likely did …

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