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This answer will be from an online perspective, fwiw. First, some general thoughts: Basically, only thinking players (i.e. regulars) will consider what your range is and make their decisions based on it. How deeply they think about your range and how accurately they can hand read will vary a lot from regular to regular. Fish will almost never hand read or ...


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Live Live is where you can do mostly of the image you project to people. Some people just get irritated by some things like (your voice,how you dress, the way you talk etc..) These things depend on who your against to. Everyone has something that he doesn't like you only have to find it out. Player style Agressiv type Im an agressiv player and know ...


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My opinion is not to bother too much in the beginning. Just play your style and observe others' style of play. Joining a small league has the advantage that you can learn fast about your opponents, but the disadvantage that they too have the opportunity to learn about you just as fast. In conclusion, in the beginning you might have some good short term ...


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Like Bogdan said, over time the advantage tends to even as you get to know each other and their styles of play. Because of this, I think you can create an advantage by mixing it up and trying things you wouldn't normally do. If you're on the button with no callers and a crap hand, be aggressive with the blinds, etc. However, only do this if you feel ...


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Based on my experiences, the average pub poker player isn't aware enough to even notice how tight / loose / aggressive / passive you're playing, so don't waste effort trying to cultivate your image. Just play nice simple ABC poker. Don't try to bluff - they'll happily call off half their stack with bottom pair, whatever your betting may be representing.


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From my own experience being aggressive is quite effective when you just joined the poker club and don't have any image. It means that from being neat you will not benefit advantage, but lose-aggressive style can give you something because opponents would be circumspect with you. I think even if you manage to get any advantages caused by that you are a new ...


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In my opinion, it depends on what stakes you are playing. At low stakes, none of these matter whether live (1/2, 1/3) or online (upto 1/2). There are recreational players willing to take chance and gamble with their low stacks and when-ever they think the pot is huge to gamble. So its better to have something when you raise. It's like playing roulette for ...



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