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Texas Holdem Strategy – If Your Opponent Sucks, Why is He Still Beating You?

27 Oct 2021

Ever wonder why your poker opponents บาคาร่า keep sucking out against you? Is it really stealing the blinds or simply doing a better poker job than you. Or is it both, what exactly is it about your opponents that suck suck.

Texas Holdem is a strategic game. Unlike other poker variants, the sheer multitude of options available to a player at the Texas Holdem table compared to a cash game means that strategic decisions are at the forefront of a player’s actions.

In poker more than in blackjack, you will find yourself making decisions like:

certain hand strengths, like strong or weak, both strong and weak versus suited cards, possible flops, position, odds, pot odds, hand categories, opponent poker profiles, how to play your hand, what to do with a good hand, how to play your weak hand, what to do with a bad hand, chasing a draw, semi-bluffing, protecting your hand, pot control, and dominating your opponent.

While you will find many sources online to teach you the science of poker, very few will provide you with a solid set of advice for playing. That is why you need to develop your own poker strategy. Hands to stay away from are:

  1. idence – increases hand rank when acting last.
  2. Fold – betting with a weak hand.
  3. Check – betting or checking under the gun.
  4. Raise – betting or raising the same or larger amount as an opponent.
  5. Fold – discarded hand.
  6. Raise – Raising to a larger amount than the opponent.
  7. Bet – betting or betting the same as the opponent.
  8. Raise All – Raising to All-in when there is no safer bet available.
  9. Closed Card – A folded hand when there has not been a bet before your turn.
  10. First Post – Look at your first round betting moves. If you have been involved in a pre-flop raise, look at what you could have done better and consider folding.
  11. The best hand – Your pocket cards.
  12. How you would like to turn the hand.
  13. What possible combos your pocket cards could produce.
  14. How much you would like to raise – if the hand were of the available 13-card combination.
  15. The possible hands your opponent could hold, if you are right about the cards.
  16. And any combinations that your opponent could have that beat your hand.
  17. The-hand-with-the-lowest-card – The lowest possible card in your hand.
  18. Opponent’s-hand – The hand comprised of cards that are worse than yours.
  19. hand rank – The value of the cards in your hand – from least to greatest.
  20. The number of possible combinations – The number of cards that could be dealt from your two hole cards.
  21. The number of possible rounds – The number of betting rounds in a game of Texas Holdem.
  22. The pot odds – Comparing the amount of money you could win versus the amount of money your opponent is going to pay you, if you call his bet.
  23. How to improve your hand – adopting a post-flop strategy, after you have seen how your opponents play.
  24. How to play post-flop betting.
  25. Pot-odds – offering odds for the strength of your hand compared to the strength of your opponents.
  26. The strategies – playing the betting round, based on assuming the hand you hold will win.
  27. Pot-odds – offering odds for the strength of your hand compared to the strength of your opponents.
  28. A simple guide on betting, applying the post-flop strategy to evaluate your hand and accepting whatever happens.
  29. Binding – make sure you are bound to win no matter what happens.
  30. deeper thinking – analyzing your hand on the river, accepting imaginable but unlikely scenarios, trying to figure out what your opponent is after all.
  31. Control the betting – raise or fold based on your own post-flop action.
  32. Outs – number of cards or cards your will refuse to play, in order to prevent cheating.
  33. Pot odds – ratio of the size of the pot to the size of your bet.

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