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Table image when playing with fish.

In a smaller home game just be nice. If you are a bully you might not get invited back. In my home game I had one guy that would taunt when he would win. I just did not invite him back. Just pretend ...
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Are there any good strategies for dealing with relentless bettors?

The best way to beat this kind of player is tight-aggressive. you're not going to outplay this one, you're not going to bluff them, and you're certainly not going to be able to control them. All you ...
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Table image when playing with fish.

First suggestion would be to get rid of the word "fish". Second suggestion would be to sit out a hand or two once in a while if house rules allow. I don't understand why your #2 goes straight to "...
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Are there any good strategies for dealing with relentless bettors?

The more you get into the game, the more aggressive it gets so this is something you'll need to get used to if you want to progress. I'd recommend finding out if they're loose or passive aggressive ...
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Observing the table

You mention classifying people into groups such as TAG, LAG, and calling station and that's a reasonable start. It will mostly help with pre-flop decisions and with narrowing down the possible range ...
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Are there any good strategies for dealing with relentless bettors?

These type of players offer an opportunity to make a lot of money if you can wait until you get a big hand, and don't take the action away from them...let them keep betting and just call, until the ...
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