PBo Strategies

Earth-liberation-front – Strategies are part of the lingo of poker, as virtually every other aspect of the game contains some sort of strategy – from the strategy of the game to the strategy of your opponents, to the strategy of your bluff and even your cards, there is always a lot to be done, and every situation requires a certain degree of flexibility and organization. Such flexibility and organization make strategies the most formidable weapon in poker, and also form the basis for the analysis you would require in order to optimize your results.

There are, of course, very sharp players, for whom no amount of organization will matter, and who have no “system” at all – aggressive, loose, aggressive, tight, and so on – and of course, there are players who know and prefer such play, though. Any player can move from one style to another at will, within reason, and as Chicago Py Guide pointed out, this author plays mostly at two levels: low limit Omaha hi/lo, and pot limit Omaha. This doesn’t look like much of a difference from the Doyle Brunson approach, which is fine, but the difference blows away anything like Steve Sung or Erik Seidel, who are aggressively tight and so cannot push as hard as adjust their play as they should.

The point is, there are so many differences between the styles that it is difficult to think they belong to the same family. Steve Sung is, in fact, both aggressive and tight, and this is probably a good thing for a player who is content to see lots of flops and win small pots at the dominobet? Maybe not. Maybe just the fact that he is not so easily read will be a drawback, or perhaps the lack of organization a family with a tight structure requires.

It is true that one of the things that distinguish the good players from the not so good ones is the ability to be able to adjust on the spot, and organization is one of the skills that make for the most dependable player. organization can cite advantages over effectiveness, which320the capacity to make rapid decisions laden with probabilities and depth perception.

Effective players can achieve success by way of thin edges, and the more hands they see with an edge, the more of an advantage they have over those they are playing against, and the larger the pot becomes. They stay on the table because they know a flop will turn the tides. They know that the longer they stay, the more of an advantage they develop. They are not interested in leaving for fear of losing a wage.

As a quick rule of thumb, in low limit games you want to stay away from putting more money into the pot with draws. You want to remain in the hand when you have a draw, and if you decide to call you must do so with a good hand. You might do well to throw away hands like A8 offsuit, J2 suited, when your opponent bets, but your high card was a Ts.

In high limit games, you can afford to be a little more adventurous, and of course, you can draw more cards. You might see a flush or two and decide to call or even raise, when you have a read on your opponent. You are not looking to get involved with an unpropitious hand, in fact, you want to conceal the strength of your hand until you get an opportunity to double up.

I was in a game the other night in which an otherwise good player was picking up a blackjack on his table. He was in a position where he could have made a wager on the table, perhaps not even at the blackjack table, but in a different game. That extra bet would have cancelled out the bonus bet, but he bet the extra amount, and lost badly. Stealing the bonus and doubling up are two strategies the better can employ to increase their edge.

Folding with a weak hand is another good strategy to use against a clueless opponent. When you see the credits whirling away, and you have a hand weak enough to want to fold, then you call the bet, showing that you are not strong enough to win the blinds and more damage by showing you have no hand.

The problem with using this technique is that you give an edge to your weaker hand, and may have to go all in to recover your initial bet, which may or may not work. This technique is not really a strategy, but a way of looking at it as one. You are not playing to win any money, just to hang around and be able to call an bet later if you hit the right hand. There is another technique you can use to further underline the effectiveness of this strategy by getting a read on your opponent.small blind.