Anyone who thinks less is probably never heard of poker tactics. The wide, versatile and well-equipped arsenal is an absolute necessity when fighting at the table.
If you have even the smallest doubt about how the other person plays the Blatt game, you should be able to change the beat immediately. You need Plan C, D, E, F to compete against your competitors as well as just Plan B.
And when the person on the right intercepts your game plan, you need a lot of ways to make him nervous and eventually drive him out of the game.
When working properly, these advanced strategies send a clear message that you know exactly what you are doing and should not be underestimated under any circumstances.
How to Use the Breaker Bet
Take the lead, attack, and beat your opponent to the ground constantly. This is the profit strategy for No-Limit HoldM, right?
In fact, it is not always that simple! Sometimes you have average leaves. They think it’s the best at the table, but they don’t want to take a big risk. Under these circumstances, defense is often the best attack. Welcome to the Blocker Bet.
Deploying a small bet can prevent the opponent from forcing a bet larger than you prepared. In addition, you can attract additional chips to someone who has a handshake and doesn’t gamble high.
But be careful. These operations may be of no use to strong, aggressive enemies. Good players think small bets in the river are a sign of weakness.
Typically, a breaker will only postpone betting until it competes with a player with an intermediate limit willing to take high risks. In general, your blockbets should be lower than your valuebets. (30% of the ports should be sufficient.)
When to Use a Block Bet
In a head-up situation, when you take the lead on one side and follow the other to the river. Blocker bets can be used to avoid being forced to bet or adjust big allowances.
If you have an acceptable drawing. A defensive battle can confuse your enemies and prevent you from going to a dead end.
If you want to stop the other person from sitting on the river at the turn. This wager is meaningful with Blatt, who can choose to show down but does not play with a large port.
Block Bets not used
You have to face a player who took advantage of your weakness. He looks very sharp or aggressive.
If you think you have the best and your opponent has the worse.
If you think the other person has a small amount of money you can easily follow.
Recognizing another player’s blocker bet, you have a great opportunity to make money. The player who can blow best on the blocker’s bet sheet is an intermediate player who plays a solid, unrestricted game. These rarely make small inputs (compared to port). If they do, it’s probably a blocking bet. Then you’ll have a chance to withdraw money at high stakes, no matter what card you have. However, on the riverside this method is dangerous because high Einsatz is required to force the opponent to be hit.