Riding That Wave

betty the rake

betty the rake

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So when you are just super hot and every hand is winning in a cash game, do you open your game and accept the windfall? I believe when you loosen up when the luck wave washes over you, trash often turns to treasure. Thoughts?:hmpf:
 
MemphisGrind

MemphisGrind

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So when you are just super hot and every hand is winning in a cash game, do you open your game and accept the windfall? I believe when you loosen up when the luck wave washes over you, trash often turns to treasure. Thoughts?:hmpf:

I hear what you're saying but, for me I don't deviate from my strategy. I have my ranges that I adjust accordingly and running "hot" isn't one of the reasons I change my range.
 
jashiggs

jashiggs

Rock Star
i think it depends on who is at the table with you really. Opening up more just because you are winning does not make sense. However if you believe you have a number of recreational players at your table that will call down light / not bluff enough IP etc then yes i would certainly be looking to open up further and exploit the weaknesses of these players. Like Memphis has stated, look for a 'reason' to open your range not doing it just because you are running hot.
 
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FunkNShine

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Probably a mistake, but I definitely open up so long as they allow it to be affordable. I mean They as in other players who just keep letting me eat blinds or call/fold at flop. Once someone puffs their chest I usually switch back to normal, but can usually get a few hands in before that happens.
 
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