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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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Should You Balance Poker

Range Balancing In Poker

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Range balancing in poker is the act of ensuring you have a proper number of bluffs and value hands when you bet or raise. If you never bluff, your range is unbalanced and your opponents can easily fold marginal hands whenever you get aggressive. On the other hand, if you bluff too often, your opponents are more likely to call you with any pair because your range is unbalanced with too many weak holdings.

So balance is clearly important. We don’t want to do anything too often, nor too rarely, and allow our opponents to make simple profitable adjustments.

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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.

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Why We Should 3Bet Ace King

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Steve just wants me to review a hand he played with ace/king suited. He says he’s be grateful for any opinion on this one and it’s a hand with multiple angles to consider. So let’s check it out. This hand is from 16 no limit on Poker Stars. There’s a limp, there’s a raise, there’s a call, a fold, a call, and Hero decides to call as well.

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