Open limp and the cost of crashing

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gustav197poker

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I'm not a super fan of HUDS, but I have noticed that some players are very sticky preflop and then like the action postflop. Ideally he is the guy you want at your table, who limps with aces or any hand and you can catch him with a good hand. Here's the example I'm saying (he didn't have pocket of aces)
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You might should check how many tournaments he wins before judging his play!
 
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While you may not be a fan of HUDs, if you play the same player multiple times and notice a trend, take notes on them and they might come in handy as a refresher the next time you notice a similar "move."
 
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When some players limp with any hands and catch a combination, they make excessively large bets for joy. I don't understand why to put 2.5 more pots on the river. Because if you get a re-raise, it means that you are trapped. A clear mistake with the size of the bets
 
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I'm not a super fan of HUDS, but I have noticed that some players are very sticky preflop and then like the action postflop. Ideally he is the guy you want at your table, who limps with aces or any hand and you can catch him with a good hand. Here's the example I'm saying (he didn't have pocket of aces)
The hand: CardsChat Poker Hands Converter


I would definitely start betting from turn. You want a value from his potential draws which villain has many in his limping range on this board. No reason to check again. You want to build a pot.
 
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you did everything right, we have nuts and we want to get as much as possible from our opponent.
 
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