By Jonathan Little
Match poker is a tricky online game to play however the rewards for fulfillment will be large. Even average on-line tournaments provide massive prizes working to millions of dollars. Jonathan Little, a hugely profitable poker expert who has received over $4 million in event play in precisely 4 years, explains precisely the best way to achieve this hugely aggressive field. Playing technically sound poker is important yet this can be faraway from the single ability necessary. “Secrets match Poker, quantity 1” bargains with the basics of play and the way to address various stack sizes. It teaches the reader: · Why tournaments are the main ecocnomic type of poker· whilst to play small ball and while to play lengthy ball· the right way to comprehend potent stack size· how you can tailor your play to profitable, not only cashing ...plus even more
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Facing a continuation bet on a flop like A-4-2 or K-6-4, you should usually either call or raise. Folding is generally bad because your opponent has to have at least a king to continue. If you call the flop, known as floating, you should fold most turns if he bets again and bet every time he checks to you. 5 and 3 times your opponent’s bet. You can easily fold if he re-raises, or if he calls your raise and bets the turn. Remember that putting a small play on someone doesn’t commit you to going all-in on a maniacal bluff.
You should again bet the river for value. Another example would be if you are in the big blind with 9-4 with 50BBs and one opponent limps from the small blind. If the flop comes 10-4-2 and your opponent checks, you should probably bet for value, as the check probably means his hand is worse than yours. While it may appear that he won’t be able to call you with too many worse hands, he will find a way to call with all sorts of unpaired hands. If the turn is a K and your opponent checks again, you should probably check behind because at this point, unless your opponent has exactly a 2, he will probably fold all worse hands and call with all better hands.
Now, assume you raise from the cutoff with A-A to 3BBs, as in the hand before, and the player on the button just calls. You bet 5BBs at the K-J-2 flop and he raises to 14BBs. In this spot he will fold everything that beats you if you raise and will call only when you are in bad shape, so you just call. The turn is a 3 and you both check. The river is a 6, you value bet around 25BBs and he will just call with top pair, winning you 40BBs. As you can see, you can get your opponent’s stack simply because you get to put in one extra bet on the river while in position, but you only win 2/5 of his stack from out of position.
Secrets of Professional Tournament Poker, Volume 1 (D&B Poker Series) by Jonathan Little