Bluff and Semi-Bluff
Bluffing is perhaps the most famous but at the same time the most misunderstood poker game strategy. At first, you have to say that no real bluffs can be said up to the river because your leaves can theoretically improve. So we’re talking exactly about a half-bluff.
The pre-flop bluffing is mainly about stealing blinds (and re-defeating other players who have already risen). But it’s not half a block. This is because flop can greatly improve the value of leaves.
Most people know Continuation Betting(d). That is, no matter what the flop brings after it rises before the flop, what the flop calls is an 80-90% good game move in all cases. This was Bluff’s parody Yes 10-B-D, except that Flop brings a lot of draw cards and you miss him. In this case, you might have to think about something else
Rotation is the moment when most people are flustered. Therefore, if you play aggressively with big leaves, drawers, and a few bluffs, it will make your enemies hard. Checkliders are good games that are used too rarely. However, you have to first refine their image into a few pages. Otherwise, your opponent will cheat quickly.
Besides, you shouldn’t try to check the turn and blow the river. The bandwidth of the leaves you can pass through it is so small that no one thinks about it.
The relationship between Bluff and Value Bet
There are two options left in the River: Value bet or bluff. If you did well on that turn, you could have all kinds of bows at this point. If your hands are not strong enough, you should decide if you can inflate.
Spraying bluffs on each of the two valuables is a good ratio. But don’t forget. It’s not art, it’s science. And the success of the bluffs depends on the situation and the style of the game.
reading the situation
Here are some important questions to ask yourself before you inflate.
What does my opponent have? What do you think I have?
As with “Poker Games,” “Bluffing” is no different than reading the other person’s hand and pointing to his or her hand.
What kind of game is it? How many players are there?
Your bluffs work better if fewer participants you can participate.
What’s my position?
The later the position is, the more optional Bluffing. If you don’t have a location, you can get into trouble.
What’s my table image?
Strict attention tends to use more bluffs (bluff targets) than fast and loose players – or bluffs.
Which note do you represent? Can you believe it?
To a good player, you have to insist that you have a specific card, and if necessary, play it persuasively until your last chip.
Do you think I’m going too far? Is it a trap?
Before you cheat others, ask if he already has the same plan. Especially when you can’t afford to figure it out.
Is my Einsatz height correct?
If you sit too little, you will answer the phone. So you create your image, think of any page you represent, and act confidently.
How big is the stack?
The big stack can buzz and the bloop can be easily called. And so do the little stacks. But only if there’s no other way.
How’s the board?
Many drawers or small cards do not help your bluffs. But a fear card (as the enemy fears) can be your free card.
Do you need a small practice room? Then try some head-up tournaments. When you blow, raise, or call with two cards, you will find out how fun it is to play along your intuition.