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Each time you remove players from a table, the same rules apply. More blinds to pay turn into more action. Less cards distributed turn into the average starting hand being lowered. Of course, removing 1 player will not change the game as removing 3, but it is good to keep it in mind.
Late position is advantageous only against passive players. Late position is vulnerable to bluffing by earlier players. Position is actually not that great advantage as thought by many. If a player go all in at UTG with any hand his probability of winning is greater than 1/no of players,since some of them in later position will definitely fold. But for the ...
Modern poker is ultra aggressive. You should be used to play against this kind of players if you play on line. Raise when you are the favorite against their range. Raise 3x, 4x, 5x... until they stop calling or three betting, if necessary go all-in. That's all.
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