• August 1, 2021

Online Poker Dictionary: Fit or Fold

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Aggression and creativity to avoid the “fit or fold” poker
When you play against a weak competition on a poker table, you can afford to play what is called the “fit or fold” poker and get some success. But when you mount limits and the other (more numerous) regular play as you, your style will no longer work.
The only money exchange that will remain will be coolers and periods where other regulars will tilt. You can still expect to make a profit by systematically playing your A game, but the variance you will probably to wear. You’ll be break evenand surely discouraged from playing cards.
This is why you need to be aggressive and creative by incorporating several new games in your sessions.
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Play position
Important first point and it is a cliché to say (all poker players know, or almost), but to make your games ‘out of the box’, it will be desirable to be in position. In position, you earn more when you have the best hand, you lose less when you have the 2nd best hand and you’re bluffing much better and easily.
A high boards
If there is something that does not change in poker is that players who have raised preflop, cbet flop at an extremely high frequency (often too high).
And this is even more true on the board A high. Even if it is a mistake to cbetter 100% of the boards has high as preflopraiser, the majority of players will cbetter between 95% and 100%.
And it is not for nothing, because players will folder much more often on board A high only on boards of type 8-9-Q for example, with a flush draw. That being said, let’s take an example between naughty (UTG) and hero (MP).
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Steve Carr

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