When you bluff, are you showing the cards later if you don't get paid?

spectralwave

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I never show my cards, because any information I give to my villain he will have a better chance of beating me, the more I happened to show because the guy was the whole game getting me on the table and after a good bluff I showed the cards for him, I let my emotion control my action but it didn't happen again because today I dominate all the actions that I commit on the tables.
 
shim36

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I won't show my card. We think it's more strategic not to disclose any information that could be used against us, even a little bit.
 
henriquemaduro

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I never show my cards in this situations, don't give any information to the villains to read you. Every time u show ur cards, people can make notes about you and get easier to play against you.
 
TheNutz4You

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Zero reason to show and give that info to other players for free. If they want to see what I had, and if I was bluffing or not, they need to call the bet, simple as that imo.

No need to give free info to your opponent.
 
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I saw many professional players show their cards when bluffing. It is more and they celebrate it by showing the cards.
 
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I avoid showing the same cards, whatever the situation, with or without a bluff. Keeping the "secret" during the game is one of my goals.
 
italorohdrigues

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I never show my cards, because any information I give to my villain he will have a better chance of beating me, the more I happened to show because the guy was the whole game getting me on the table and after a good bluff I showed the cards for him, I let my emotion control my action but it didn't happen again because today I dominate all the actions that I commit on the tables.


I love this approach
 
Zapahlohotrona

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If the opponent is gambling, painfully enduring a loss, then in this way you can make him chase you in the future, answer and pay for strong combinations.
 
sarjdgo

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Of course no.

I dont show my hands, only in very special sitautions, you are making easy your read at the game.

If you have a mixed strategy, maybe can be helpful, but take care with that option.
 
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Regardless of whether I bluff or not, I never show my cards because I would give my opponent valuable information and how less he knows about me how better. If I am bluffing and you want to see my cards then you have to pay for it, but of course if I should be bluffing then it suits me very well if they fold. But I rarely bluff, actually almost not at all
 
igroksash

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Even if I’m bluffing, I’ll never show my cards, if someone wants to make sure it’s bluffing or not, let them pay.:bandit:
 
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if you show your cards by bluffing then they can easily catch you on a new bluff









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Depends on the game. In a random, casino game I definitely do not. With my buddies - show just a few to change up my image.
 
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