The Sneaky Steal
The "Sneaky Steal" is one of my favorite moves when stealing blinds.
For those of you who are not familiar with this term (most of you should be because I made it up) then I will tell you the definition.
The "Sneaky Steal": noun: In a game poker, when a player limps in pre flop rather than raising pre flop to steal the blinds. Rather than stealing the blinds pre flop, the blinds are sneakily stolen on the flop when checked around to the player. This stealing technique must be done cautiously, because if your opponents picked up a hand on the flop, they may try to trap.
Warning: The "Sneaky Steal" may cause loss of tournament chips due to bluffing
into a monster hand.
This technique I find to be very effective if you have been caught stealing blinds pre flop numerous times, and it is really a way to mix things up.
One should not use the "Sneaky Steal" every time or else it will become a pattern to your oppenents. You must mix up your stealing techniques.
Any thoughts or suggestions for the new "SNEAKY STEAL!"