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    hello all i have been on the cash tables after my break and a few spots now am unsure with ive come back strong i feel but am i doing the correct thing folding clickers !9h sb 6h7h sb the both i have fold every time the flop comes an its very good as am in sb i try too play veryVERY tight holdings kk aa! ka qa only.but i think am right in thinking if unsure just ditch them?any advice welcome

  • #2
    Hi DaiDark! For me, it'll depend on how the table is playing. The one thing that I won't do very often is to limp with them. I want to raise/fold, as I have to play the entire rest of the hand out of position. Due to this, I don't want someone to be able to limp into the pot and have position on me. Good luck at the tables.umbup: John (JWK24)
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    • #3
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      the table was normal they was opening3bb but what else i notice is the times i had the clickers in s/b they open 4bb with a strong holding like aq mp ect so am on the fold when relly am thinking should i be calling this

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      • #4
        Hi DaiDark!

        If the opp is betting more, which looks to be a bet tell that tells me that they have a much better hand than me, then I'm going to muck here.

        John (JWK24)
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        • #5
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          so i have done the right thing by folding thanks jwk

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