Originally Posted by spranger
Thanks, that makes alot of sense. Let's say the reverse were to happen. Say someone was planning on playing a very loose style at a table and picked up aces, they made a big preflop raise and everyone folded. Then they showed the aces, is this also considered metagame? Because they're putting the idea out there that when they raise, they have a good hand. But then they can take advantage of this in the future by improving their chances of bluffing successfully?
Right, works that way round, too.
Effective in MTTs as well.
I think Metagame means following hands / sessions / tables, too.
E.g. in Ring games it might help blurring your overall range and give you an edge, there.