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Poker Folds Correctly

Folding Correctly In Poker

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Folding is the least sexy topic in poker. Folding is just so…final. Your cards hit the muck, you concede the pot to your opponent, and you’re off to the next hand.

But the honest truth is that poker players fall into two main categories:

  1. Players that fold far too often
  2. Players that fold far too rarely

There is a third type of player though. A rare-breed of player that folds a correct amount of the time and keeps their continuance frequencies and ranges during a poker hand right on track.

Folding In Poker

That’s the kind of player I want you to become.

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Paired Flops Turns And Rivers

Paired Boards & Textures Poker Strategy

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Paired boards are an interesting board texture that all poker players need to understand. First, these textures are more common than you might think. Secondly, players tend to craft their strategies in very predictable ways on these boards. And third, knowing how to choose the best lines when the board pairs will help you become a well-rounded player.

Every board texture brings something unique to the table (do you see what I did there?), so let’s break down this particular texture…

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Combo Blocker At Poker Table

Blockers In Poker: How They Work In 2020

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The concept of blockers in poker has been around for a while but, until recently, it’s one that has been far more stressed in Omaha games. Lately, however, we’re seeing the concept applied more in Texas Hold’em as well. While the value of blockers may not be as high in Hold’em as it is in Omaha, they’re still well worth considering as a part of a greater overall gameplan.

Poker Board & Blocker
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