Mastering Poker Hand Ranges in Cash Games – Hand of the Day

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In this episode of the Hand of the Day, I discuss how to make profitable decisions using a better understanding of poker hand ranges in cash games. In each and every hand of poker I play, I think through what types of hands my opponent can have before making a decision. Mastering your understanding of poker hand ranges in cash games will lead you to make more money, become a tougher player and help you outwit the competition.

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  1. In a 1 2 game I would definitely fold unless the player is a maniac…in general people do NOT bluff at 1 2 and if you are known for raising with good solid hands then definitely fold, though if you bet 15 20 with suited connectors and stuff like that then maybe you can call if you think he is testing you.
    The type of thinking in this game applies was more to 2 5 games and higher

  2. This guy raised with Q 10 …in a 1 2 game this player would be a big loser, of course if I know that he raises with such lose hand selection then of course I would call, but if he is a tight solid player than fold without thought. Not sure if I missed it, but I did not hear what type of player the 3 bet raiser was.

  3. Is he checking the turn and river with AA KK QQ?I make a smaller bet of 50-75 hoping he calls with a small pocket pair. He may call 50 thinking you have an under pair.

  4. I am super cautious with jacks, I have never forgotten the saying " never over play jacks' , I would definitely just called but thats me the fish.
    Folding jacks has saved me so many times

  5. Live players suck at pot geometry, they almost never look at bet size in terms of %, just the absolute value.

  6. Alec, I think I would most likely bet the river at the poker room I play at. In any 1 2 NL game there it seems almost average to have some local dealer (drugs) come in with wads of cash and just try to bully people. A majority of the guys and girls who play here daily are solid, against a regular I would check.

  7. I'm betting the river all day here with JJ. Not doing so is just leaving too much value on the table. The more interesting question is, do we stack off if our opponent check-raises the river? Let's say we bet $120 and our opponent shoves, can we ever fold for another $150?

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