I found this gem there other night, realized how awesome he was when I raised preflop, and he called my shove into this board T
4 [image: http://forums.cardplayer.com/forums/images/smiles/club.gif] 3 [image: http://forums.cardplayer.com/forums/images/smiles/club.gif] with K [image: http://forums.cardplayer.com/forums/images/smiles/spade.gif] J [image: http://forums.cardplayer.com/forums/images/smiles/club.gif] ... Anyhow he runs a juicy 46/14/3 over 150 and his post flop play is particularly horrible... i.e. CR me on a flop of A23 rainbow with 89o and double barreled the turn, triple barreled the river, then called my shove. After stacking him 3 times he left and I went to bed. So when I came got on tonight I immediately sought him out and sat at him table. I wasn't able to get to his left so I sat across from him. When some people got up I moved seats to his left and after 2 hands he got up from his seat and moved to my left (NH him)... MY questions are this
When you find a profitable player do you stalk them?
Do you sacrifice position and/or starting hand quality to get in hands with them EVEN if it is multi way? Especially if we feel we can stack anytime we get a reasonable hand?
Is changing seats going to far to exploit? I feel like I tipped him off to my plans to take all of his monies.
Do you give them a little loose action so they don't get discouraged?