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Jan
31
comment NL600: Should I Make This River Bluff vs Reg?
As John said, you've upvoted a TOTAL of 5 times on ANY answer. So there is the definitive proof that you've asked for. I understand you can't give a definite answer in poker as there is no one way to play a hand. However the StackExchange system thrives on the fact that there is an accepted answer and you should keep that in mind. Whether or not it is the ONLY correct answer, you should still be accepting an answer to your question. In fact, if you are convinced that another answer is better, you can remove the accept and add it to the other answer.
Jan
30
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Jan
29
comment NL600: Should I Make This River Bluff vs Reg?
Yes. His question is should he make this river bluff. The answer is, if you are going to bluff, the only option you have is betting. You can't check raise because villian is never bet/folding here. I'm not saying I like the option, I definitely don't - I'm just saying there aren't any other options. Anyway, it doesn't matter. OP doesn't upvote or accept any answers, so I'm not sure why I bothered.
Jan
29
comment NL600: Should I Make This River Bluff vs Reg?
Not sure how you could. It's stated clearly in the last line. "If you want to win the pot, you have to bet - but I don't like it all." OP made it sound like he had multiple options to bluff - he doesn't, he has one and it's bad.
Jan
29
comment NL600: Should I Make This River Bluff vs Reg?
Good addition to my point. Thanks.
Jan
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28
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