This is a discussion on After the flop within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; I try to stop with my bad habits and go for the pot after the flop. Controlling my play after the flop needs work. I'll
I try to stop with my bad habits and go for the pot after the flop. Controlling my play after the flop needs work. I'll over play the hand and not get the full value of my hand, you can lose a lot of chips in the long run by not using control. good cards to you
it depend on alot of factors if it multi way pot , stacks , position , but if i am the original raiser i tend to bet and bet big , players just seem to think i am CB with nothing dunno why i even sometimes go all in and they call me with 3rd pair or or high card
You can't win every hand. If you want to win every pot and play very aggressively post flop sooner or later you will get caught by a good player.
You need to understand some key factors for the game. Aggression is one good weapon for your arsenal in order to take down some pots but it is not the one and only. If you want to play profitably in some bigger limits forget this strategy!
For that situation if you try to steel the pot after flop is almost suicide maybe you succed 1 2 times 3rd for sure you''l pay for your habits,as you sayed try to control that bluffing postflop is more painfull than steeling blinds
Trying to maximize your profits from hands is a worthwhile goal. But playing post flop is a real skill, and requires discipline and the ability to fold hands if you get push back. C-betting consistently is a strategy used to ensure that weak and drawing hands are not given a free ride to make their hands on later streets. But you must also consider that board texture will also give you information about what cards your opponent is holding. there is no shame in folding a hand to a bluff if board texture is poor for your hand. Remember, in most cases, only good players can be bluffed.