- May 26, 2016
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I've seen a lot of top pros implementing this strategy could someone explain the theory behind it and why they are not playing more aggro
I think this tactic shows himself well with a large enough stack only. with a short stack game begins push-fold, and it kills the idea of poker games and brain))
i agree whit this. when stacks are high normally the game should begin from flop, the strategy could change when your stack or the rival stack is short, then is a good moment to take agressiveness.
I lost a heads up match on tournament final with a limper who had 92 and I had KQ. flop was Q 9 2. Since then, I try to not to play slow in heads up match on final table.