Suspected Bluff

515bastos

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taking notes from him and every opponent is important during any tournament
 
Syltan

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When the opponent shows weakness and insecurity. A better strategy there.
 
wilpinsi

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Protect the pot so it can not make a strong hand, let it continue to bluff so you'll draw lots of chips from it
 
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If you really believe that the opponent is bluffing, then the best strategy is to raise the bet. But here it is necessary to be sure that the enemy will fold.
 
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Agreed, if you feel that the opponent is bluffing, a raise is usually the best play.
 
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take notes

Definitely take notes, but I think the better answer is never pay a bluff if you don´t have something to fight with, and pesonally, wait for the flop or don´t pay, some time you have to pay takeing the risk just to stop the other player raisin every time.
 
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I kept raising pre flop, and i had a guy that would raise my raise a good amount multiple times. I defiantly laid off the pre flop raise while he was at the table.
 
BradCo

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If you think that the competitor is bluffing, make a raise, but only in that case where you have at least a pair or an ace as high.
 
Royal_074

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I agree the best strategy is rase and re-rase his bet
 
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