- Dec 14, 2013
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If you're losing chips because your opponents are folding too often, it sounds like the one adjustment you should consider making is when you have a very strong hand to allow players to continue bluffing.
For example, suppose that an opponent bets into you on a 772 flop. You hold A7. Just call and allow them to continue bluffing when they don't have a hand.
After your explanation and now that I watched the day 4 "Two types of equity" its much better to understand.