This is a discussion on The Power of Your Bet Value within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; We know it's hard to have a good hand, but I ask them when we have a very good pre-flop we make a bet according
We know it's hard to have a good hand, but I ask them when we have a very good pre-flop we make a bet according to the value of the cards received in the pre-flop?
And when the flop comes and helps us further, we continue to bet logically or lose your head and go out shooting tokens to all sides?
You analyze the hand slowly and carefully?
Maybe all his technique, his knowledge and concentration are sufficient to win a tournament.
A bit of luck is always needed for a great champion.
I prefer not showing weakness if I went into the hand, and I do not believe 90 percent of the time in giving my opponent free cards. So yes, I lose a little money raising instead of checking, even if it did not improve my hand. It can help future hands, even when I lose the current pot, because I will do an all in later on on a nut hand, and they will assume I am bluffing to get them off a hand. Money paid back with interest.