You have the best hand on the table. What you do?!

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After the river.
You are with the best hand of the game.

What your action?! What the action more lucrative?!

There’s is a good rule off the BB necessary in the pot for you can to shove your hand?!
 
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After the river.
You are with the best hand of the game.

What your action?! What the action more lucrative?!

There’s is a good rule off the BB necessary in the pot for you can to shove your hand?!


Thank you for posting.

All actions on the river with the best hand are player dependent.
If our villain folds too often we have to bet small.
If our villain calls to often we bet bigger
If they are a math player we give them odds too good to fold to
If they think they can out think us we make our bet look like a bluff sizing
If there is no thin value hands that we would bet then we would bet big to make it polarized sizing large bet even 2x pot.

A good point to remember is we make our river bet work with how we played each street.
If we call preflop call flop check turn shove 3x pot river when we make the nut flush on an all low card board we will probably never get called unless the V has second or third flush themselves
If the V was never going to call any size bet without a flush anyway we would shove every time.

Hope this helps

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Ok

I liked yours comments.

Excelent analisy, I need to know more information about each opponent.
Thereisn’t a rule standard.

If I have a standard rule in the tournament, it will to be harmful in my tournament?!
If not, what rule to be good I have?:confused:
 
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Yes, it's cool, I give my opponents a chance to bluff)
 
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After the river.
You are with the best hand of the game.

What your action?! What the action more lucrative?!

There’s is a good rule off the BB necessary in the pot for you can to shove your hand?!




I try to guess what villain has, to make a good value bet or let him bluff if I think he doesn't have much.
 
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depending on how many people call.... if my hand is pre flop... bet modestly to trap people... or all in early to oust the eagers.
 
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Not rule

Só, I can think there isn’t a true rule. Every hand and every table and every game you play confirm the case. So wouldn’t better you bet only conform the aggression of the villain?
 
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After the river.
You are with the best hand of the game.

What your action?! What the action more lucrative?!

There’s is a good rule off the BB necessary in the pot for you can to shove your hand?!


The answer to this depends on the opponent and what their range looks like

If they have mostly
-Missed draws & medium strength hands --> I like to check to let them bluff
-medium & strong made hands --> I like to bet big to get paid off by all
-Missed draws & strong hands --> I like to check raise to get 1 bet from the bluffs and 2 bets from the strong hands

That was assuming we are out of position

If we are in position then it's really just a matter of bet sizing and knowing your opponent

If they have a lot of strong hands I like to bet really really big
If the best hand they can have is kind of one pair, then I'll be around 1/2 pot to get called

There will always be more things to consider to get the 'exact best play' but this is a pretty good starting point in terms of what to consider when choosing your river actions.

Hope that helps!
 
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Só, every time is very important think abou the hand of villains.
And bet conform our opponent?!
Some times wait the bet of bluffer.


The answer to this depends on the opponent and what their range looks like

If they have mostly
-Missed draws & medium strength hands --> I like to check to let them bluff
-medium & strong made hands --> I like to bet big to get paid off by all
-Missed draws & strong hands --> I like to check raise to get 1 bet from the bluffs and 2 bets from the strong hands

That was assuming we are out of position

If we are in position then it's really just a matter of bet sizing and knowing your opponent

If they have a lot of strong hands I like to bet really really big
If the best hand they can have is kind of one pair, then I'll be around 1/2 pot to get called

There will always be more things to consider to get the 'exact best play' but this is a pretty good starting point in terms of what to consider when choosing your river actions.

Hope that helps!
 
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