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In my opinion, Jon's analysis is fairly good, but I think this is even a bit simpler than he's made it out to be. You say your friends are calling machines. So, by definition, they're not going to fold to any bluffs. Whatever you bet, they're going to come right along for the ride. Therefore, by betting, all you're doing is increasing the size of the pot ...


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Keep checking, maybe you will catch. The problem here is unless you are head up against the small blind you are out of position. Generally speaking bluffs out of position are more prone to failure. You check the flop everyone checks behind you, great no one hit anything I should bluff. But the problems are many at this point that say nay to bluffing. Many ...


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It affects strategy in no-limit, and especially pot-limit play. Some simple examples: There's $300 in the pot, and you plan to try a $200 bluff to take it. Well, if one of your opponent's only has $50 left, then you're really only betting $50 at him, and he can call with much less risk. Similarly, if you make a $50 bet on an early round, and your opponent ...



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