- Apr 27, 2008
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Hi. I'm a fairly new but serious player. I've been reading a lot about the game, attended at WPT Boot Camp, and play often online and once or twice a week at home, live and in person. One of my home games often includes two players who are not complete novices but are still pretty raw. One of these players views suited cards as extremely strong, irrespective of their size, and she chases them often. She's had a lot of initial luck. Her tactic is generally to get in (and will call a preflop raise), and then if one of her suit shows up on the flop, she will call a raise; if two show, she will make a big raise. You really can't shake her off, and she's had enough good results that she won't back down. She's not totally clueless and knows enough to play "traditional" strong hands also, so it can be difficult to put her on a hand. Any advice on how to operate against this kind of player? The games are usually 6-8 players, with blinds going up every 15 minutes. Thanks in advance for your feedback.