Try that sometimes. Tell that you have hit the pair of the middle in the fLOP in Big Blind against a player who entered limp in hand. Leave betting. If you give check, you know that he is going to bet. What will you do then? Fold, call or raise? If you leave betting, or he is going to give fold for having wrong the fLOP (most of the time), or he will give call for being in a draw (or until with two higher letters than the ones of the fLOP) or he is going to give raise because he believes to have the best hand. If you give check and call, you will not know whether he has or not a better hand than yours. He could have only a pair of 2’s, but because you are giving check/call, you is going to give fold eventually because of the uncertainty that you yourself created (and generally it would be correct for your opponent continue betting, unless he has classified it as a calling station).
You can put your opponent in one creaks of hands based on his reaction to his bets and raises. Did you already ask as do the professionals put anybody in a certain hand? Certainly is not because they are clairvoyants. It is because they turn something in the way as the opponent is playing and/or betting or they become a situation that already repeated hundreds of times' before this. It is because of this that its experience in the sites as Full Tilt Poker
in these buy-in tournaments low is very valuable. The hundreds of hands that you are playing are giving you valuable information about hands the kinds that an opponent can be playing.
To know that, you should pay attention to the way the players in its table play. They bet strong with strong hands, or they mixam the game? Do they bet little when they have a strong hand and it do it bet strong when they have a weak hand? Do with which hands they just give call? Do with which hands they give raise?
Pay attention, and with time you will discover what they are doing. Are they giving check and call when are there two same suit letters in the fLOP? Probably a flush draw – does them pay because of this.
Are they giving check and call when are there two letters connected in the fLOP? Probably a straight draw – does them pay because of this.
Did he bet little or did it give call in your raise in a board with some draws? Probably a high pair with kicker low – does them pay because of this.
Did they give call in your raise pre-FLOP and did it give check in the fLOP after you give check and then they applied a raise in turn? Probably giving slowplay in a very strong hand, hoping that you put all your money in the pot.
Did they bet high in relation pot? Probably a hand that does not want to be paid and is trying to buy the pot.
And those raises small when do you increase pre-FLOP? It probably is a great hand wanting call.
And those great does it laugh-raises when do you increase pre-FLOP? Depending on the player, it can be a hand as JJ/AK who feels that it has the best hand at the moment, but that prefers to do not see the fLOP.
also bet will allow it to build favorable pots so that her great hands be paid and to watch their moves future. In the next part, I will pass an exercise for help him to understand some of the bets concepts post-FLOP.