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Help Your Opponents To Bluff

There are so many techniques to make a good bluff and it will lean on numerous influences. The flip side of the coin is to know how to entice your opponent to bluff to take a lot of his money. The key for profit is to understand the best situations for succeeding with this kind… Read More »

The Evolution of Weak-Tight Players in Poker

It used to be that poker players were a wild, unpredictable bunch. Loose-passive or loose-aggressive would probably typify the typical hold ‘em player 10 to 20 years ago. Interestingly enough, however, it seems like the typical poker player has evolved to meet this changing landscape and now most players could be classified as weak-tight players.… Read More »

Tight-Passive Opponents

Tight-passive players include anyone with scores of 1-3 on both dimensions of tightness-aggression (scale 1-10). Many of these principles and examples refer primarily to rocks (1,1). The lower a player’s scores, the more likely he is to act, think, and feel like a rock. Most rocks are heavily influenced by their inherent conservatism, but they… Read More »