• June 18, 2021

Players You Want At Your Table

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For different reasons, there are certain players who you always want at your table. The ones listen below make great tablemates, the more you play with them, the more money you’ll have in your pocket.
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* Favorite starting hands players
Their favorite hand usually something dreadful like K-J or Q-10. If they are at your table, you are going to be able to use this information for specific situations that arise. It is probably also an indicator of their general comprehension of the game.
* Players with starting hands they hate
These are usually strong hands like J-J, A-Q or even A-A. If you have these players at your table, watch for sudden over- or under-betting. It may indicate that they are holding one of the hands they hate.
* Players who think those who raise are bullies
These players believe that you should wait for proper cards to play at the appropriate time and they probably do very well in Limit Hold’em
* Players who believe skill is better than luck
Play some connectors and small pairs until you hit something on the board; then watch them spin out of control.
* Players who tell bad beat stories
These players are part of the group that feel skill should always overcome luck — again, very easy to put on tilt.
* Human calculators Players
Their strength of understanding the math down to the decimal point is also their weakness. Just make a bet large enough to destroy all of their pot odds and, unless they are holding aces or kings, you are golden.
* Condescending Players
They are convinced that their poker ability is superior to all others, and they are outraged that you would call them with that hand. The key to these players is that they are extremely insecure. They fear confident opponents and opponents who they cannot push around.
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Steve Carr

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