How do you deal with aggression while playing?

mavrulit

mavrulit

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Hello guys and girls! It became interesting to me, not everyone chooses an aggressive style of play ... some do not go all-in empty-handed. and some, on the contrary, just go for broke and he does not care that he has 7 - 2 is acceptable. How do you feel about those players who go all-in at every opportunity?
 
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SerValeMart

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I play against such people calmly. Since in serious tournaments for serious stakes, units decide to scatter money. And in freerolls, you can relax and play your own game. The main thing is to keep cool. :)
 
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alien666dj

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I treat aggression while playing poker with the understanding that they do not care about winning or losing and I feel sorry for them.
 
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DiegoRamos

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Hello guys and girls! It became interesting to me, not everyone chooses an aggressive style of play ... some do not go all-in empty-handed. and some, on the contrary, just go for broke and he does not care that he has 7 - 2 is acceptable. How do you feel about those players who go all-in at every opportunity?

I see a gold mine.
Of course, there's always variance involved, but for sure, I'm going to want to get involved with a player like that.
 
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Haikala2011

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You need to adapt to the style of players at your table. If they are aggressive, but your hands are good then it's the best combination ;)
 
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Joselmb31

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I simply pause until a strong hand arrives to take out his pot, whoever is a constant aggressor gives many advantages to whoever is calm.
 
vonabruch

vonabruch

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I make a note on an aggressive player, mark him with a marker. Then I try to watch replays of all his hands at my table, if possible, and show the cards of his opening. I understand roughly how he plays pre-flop, but in reality, according to the situation, a continuation bet or an all-in game
 
antonis32123

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Sometimes under control , sometimes not and go on tilt and start playing stupid poker and lose more 100s of blinds or stack at tourneys/sats . Also on spots that need 3bet or even 4bet i tend to shove , RNG manipulators take advantage of this and call for the fake flips with PPs or KQ or similar hands , lol
 
Zapahlohotrona

Zapahlohotrona

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You should be glad that there are such players. Thanks to such players, money is won in poker.
 
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Clutchdenier

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It depends, are they going all in because you fold too much? The question needs more context
 
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moularaki

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Dealing with such players (or should we call the gamblers) is to wait for the best hand possible and follow them
 
Luka22guro

Luka22guro

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Depending on how much you play, if he presses the pot and you have an average stack or even less, then you need to wait for the best card and try to learn the ego’s playing style, does he always gas on any card and on this catch him doing a bluff that you don’t have the strongest hand
 
jordanbillie

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Hello guys and girls! It became interesting to me, not everyone chooses an aggressive style of play ... some do not go all-in empty-handed. and some, on the contrary, just go for broke and he does not care that he has 7 - 2 is acceptable. How do you feel about those players who go all-in at every opportunity?


I like when they are sitting directly to my left and I get a MONSTER in the SB. This is the perfect opportunity to just limp and let them spew baby spew!
 
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Lol1x1

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Hello guys and girls! It became interesting to me, not everyone chooses an aggressive style of play ... some do not go all-in empty-handed. and some, on the contrary, just go for broke and he does not care that he has 7 - 2 is acceptable. How do you feel about those players who go all-in at every opportunity?
Well, as a rule, I start playing more openly and with a medium pair with potential, I will at least 3bet him. And very often I will fold to my 3bet
 
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TomCj

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What a Nuisance

OOOOO! they can be soooo aggravating!

If you want to risk it, you just have to wait them out
until you get the big hand that has a good chance of knocking them out

You might slammed if they just happen to fill their crappy hand,
but I truly LOVE knocking them out
when they go all in with nothing against my big hand :D



TC
 
mina271

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Playing aggressively sometimes has its advantages, but if you play it too often with low cards, the other players will notice and they only have to wait for a top hand to knock them out of the tournament. But you should always keep your eyes open when sitting at a poker table. And it will always happen that you run into a bad beat. No matter how you play aggressive or passive, both alone don't last long, you need a mix of both
 
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odonob

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Pick a spot to take the opponent out. Depends on the game type. Late in a tournament most of the time you will need to be aggressive yourself.
 
partz

partz

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Well it's a big opportunity for some free chips if aggressive in this case means going all in with any cards
 
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