Learn When to Give Up in A Poker Hand

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In this video, we’re going to talk about when it’s appropriate to give up in a poker hand. We’ll cover different situations and give you some tips on when it’s time to call it quits on a bluff.

0:00 — Intro
0:40 — Preflop
2:51 — Flop
4:31 — Turn
8:28 — River
11:41 — Hero decision
14:03 — Reveal

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Learn When to Give Up in A Poker Hand

10 thoughts on “Learn When to Give Up in A Poker Hand

  1. if villain is OMC enough, we definitely need to consider folding turn. obviously not the default play and youd really need to know who youre up against. but that villain definitely exists at these limits in live poker. we all play with a few.

  2. I met you last night at PARX. Hope you did well, PARX has a very weird dynamic of play..😂

  3. That river bluff was absolutely terrible. The crazy thing is that folding JJ on the river is even worse.

  4. I don't see a lot of 1/3 players calling with less than AA. QQ and below can def find folds at 1-3. This is 3 or more buyins for a lot of guys at this level. They are gonna tell themselves the guy has a K, 6 or 2. All crush his JJ.

  5. Definitely not folding the turn. On the river, I assume the villain is a rec and is likely planning to check to call a lot of pairs. This is not a natural bluff card, and betting is just burning money. You absolutely don't need to bluff these spots to crush small stakes.

  6. 3:56 a lot of guys are gonna just fold So, what's wrong with that?? Is it better to continue (call) with a hand with ZERO (0!!) showdown value?

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