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  • attack the limpers in position-big 11

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    dont mind my hand i play my opp he limped im in position and i have chips to spare i use it to my advantage he called i cbet 75% of the pot opp folded this is what we need to do play solid poker

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    *** moved to more appropriate forum since hand is an example and not one with questions to analyze JWK24***
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    • #3
      You've got some great moves Marvin - sometimes I get the feeling that other people at the table are pulling a 'fast one' ... but the only way to know for sure is to call. So you never know for sure if that's what people are doing - cool to see new ideas!! I don't get too see too many advanced moves at the beginner tables umbup:

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      • #4
        I do this a lot at cash game tables. Attacking players that limp/fold or limp/call/fold flop is extremely profitable. If you were to get caught at any time you've already made a really nice profit to cover the small loss of getting caught. Well done! umbup:

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        • #5
          Very nice play. This is a very profitable play especially when the blinds increase in MTT's, you can win a lot of pots without even having to showdown and this makes your image at the table much more solid and you will be able to get away with many more bluffs. The only limp you can ever be weary of is an opponent limping utg but a raise in position with a decent stack would soon give you the information you need as he would probably re-raise after limping. Big stacks limp too much in middle/late position and i think this raise is a perfect way of punishing it, keep it up.

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          • #6
            absolute quality marvin,now thats what i call a poker player umbup:

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