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Facing a Lead on All Three Streets

… Given Hero thinks this specific opponent is very straightforward, Hero should … opponent has Q-9, Q-5, and 9-5. If the opponent … in exchange for keeping the opponent in with all his … draw arrived and the straightforward opponent is still betting, so Hero …

Check-Raise Bluffing the River

… merit because when my opponent calls, he will have … turn, but given my opponent’s loose, aggressive tendencies, … it is impossible for my opponent to have the nut … , hoping to make my opponent fold his one-pair … 80,400 more. My opponent thought for about a …

Fold Pocket Aces on the Flop?

… improve (not to mention, the opponent could be bluffing). So, either … in slightly behind when his opponent’s flop raising range is … or decently ahead when his opponent’s raising range is wide … should call to allow the opponent to continue bluffing. As you …

Leading Usually Does Not Make Sense

… can realistically call. If your opponent’s marginal hands (such as … 21,300 pot. Given the opponent’s range is almost … because if he checks, his opponent will often check behind with … buy-in tournament. Unfortunately, the opponent thought for a while before …

When NOT to Check-Raise

… betting rounds, usually because your opponent is overly aggressive and the …

When NOT to Check-Raise

… rounds, usually because your opponent is overly aggressive and … hands. Assuming your straightforward opponent will only call your … your opponent’s range (this assumes your opponent will continuation … high stakes. Keeping your opponent’s range wide by …

Exploitative Play vs GTO Play by Michael Acevedo

… playing optimally vs a suboptimal opponent, any deviation the weaker player …

Exploitative Play vs GTO Play by Michael Acevedo

… playing optimally vs a suboptimal opponent, any deviation the weaker … further take advantage of an opponent’s leak. Maximally Exploitative … easily spotted by an aware opponent. MES involve a degree … in a situation where our opponent could counter exploit our …

Playing a Marginal Made Hand with a Draw

… the opponent in. As Hero bets larger, his opponent will … opponent called. The turn was the (Jc-6d-2d)-6s. The opponent … opponent bets the river, you can easily call. If the opponent checks, you can then consider making a value bet. The opponent …

Lucky flop leads to the final table in the $5,000 WSOP event

… weaker. Despite this, after my opponent checked for the second time … being on the board. My opponent checked for a third … the river, thinking that their opponent would essentially never call a … stacked against a loose, aggressive opponent, it is often a good …

 
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