This is a discussion on How to improve the POS FLOP within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; Good guys, I'm looking for material to improve my POS FLOP and I found some interesting things, and I would like to know your opinion
Good guys, I'm looking for material to improve my POS FLOP and I found some interesting things, and I would like to know your opinion and what you think.
I found some POS flop exercises to improve reading
1st Look for the nuts-for example we have the flop 6 7 8 Rainbow Looking for the flop the nuts would be the 9 T a simple example.
2nd raise or call-knowing the NUTs let the villain action, he gave raise or call? In my example he gave the call and this 9 T are right in the range of call him, of course we have to put him in a lot of other hands, but sure is a worrying flop enter other things into consideration as we have seen in the courses as kind of villain for example
I found these two exercises really cool and I'm doing them and I got away with a good = D
If you guys have more exercises to do POS FLOP post there.
70% of the c-bet on the flop passes and 30% does not pass, because the villain hits somehow so it is profitable, use this tactic to give a lot of raise and get it in position on the float.
Poker is a psychological warfare in 4 rounds, the table is battlefield and the cards are your weapons, your strength / armor and your shield chips, however sometimes there are cards in your hands that are blockers. Information Game / People / Stacks (BBs) / Strong Range / Mind. And as it is a game the element of luck will always be present.
Playing well after the flop is playing well with stacks above 50 BBs: hands with great potential to reach the river.
We must react to c-bet according to:
a)% c-bet of your opponent;
b) your opponent's range vs. the range he perceives of you;
c) the bet size he made in relation to the pot;
d) the effective stack of the hand;
e)% of c-bet turn of it;
f) how he reacts when he raises his c-bet.
Having a hand of value is no reason to bet on value, I can only bet on value when most of the calling hands I will be in front.
Turn and river, the range that got here being aggressive is very strong.
Has the turn / river changed the border or is it a blank?
What is the relationship of the pot with the effective stack of the hand?
Can I extract more chips by betting on value or should I let him bluff?
We lose a lot of money when you make mistakes on the turn and especially on the river.
Analysis of ranges, effective stack, your profile and that of the opponent.
It's all about control yourself, the pot, the stack in good spots!
And keep learning, doing exercises and getting better, all the best my friend.