Bluffs are easier to apply live, where you look in the eye of your opponent, posture on the table, several factors causes your bluff to pass .. Now online, it gets a little more complicated, you need to have credibility on the table, players must have an impression of you to play rock, solid .. so when you pass a bluff the chance to get is great .. More in micro players do not usually drop low, or high cards .. he has the tendency to pay more often. You need to be very sure to apply such moves.
2nd September 2017, 6:28 PM
Bluffing is difficult to recognize. In rare cases, this can be determined if you know how this player plays. In many cases, the opponent having a premium card makes an extended bet. This is if he did not get a pair or a combination on the flop. I do not know the statistics, but I think that 5% of the bets are a bluff.It happens that the player has a draw flush or draw straight and at the same time raises in the hope of getting a fifth card on the turn or river.
2nd September 2017, 7:01 PM
Poker at: Poker Stars
It is hard to know when it is bluff or not, but i noticed that sometimes one put 1-2BB pre-flop, next same flop and to the and all-in. But it looks like 60/40 (bluff/nice hand)
3rd September 2017, 3:09 PM
Iryna Stryzheuskaya [1,289]
re: Poker & Bluffing
Watch the players at the table. You can learn a lot of useful information.
3rd September 2017, 4:22 PM
Kenzie 96 [11,339]
Poker at: pokerstars
Position, table image, are the other players at the table actually paying attention to how you are playing, why are you considering bluffing & what do you hope/expect to gain. Just a few things to consider.