Poker Strategy Tips: Pocket Pairs in Six-Max Cash Games

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Playing pocket pairs properly is very important to winning at poker, especially six-max cash games online.

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Poker Strategy Tips: Pocket Pairs in Six-Max Cash Games

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  2. Yeah really you play really poor this..cmon you set a nines on a board like this an bet? why haha

  3. In the hand where the the guy opens to 4 dollars you have pocket 55, you don't always call in this spot unless you have decent info on players plus stacks are deep enough? Are you getting decent odds to call if they are a lose player or bad odds to call if they are a tight player. Plus do you not have to take into consideration the types of players that are still left to act behind?

  4. Also in the hand with 99 is there an arguement to fold with the squueze you are in middle position between the 2 other players and only getting 2:1 on a call. Im guessing you had info on these players to make the call. Even though you are fairly deeep like 150-200bb does it mean you should be calling 3 bets even with 99 because as you said you will hit a flop set like 12 percent of time miss 88 percent and then also there is a 2/3 chance over cards to your 99 will happen on flop. Also the pot was 95 you bet 55 would you not go for a pinch larger like 65-70 range to try and maximise value? I know the guy folds which is annoying but you want to try and get as much value as possible if he had like AQ or possible AA or KK then betting larger he would at least call one street.

  5. I'd like to watch some videos when we get in tough spots, like 2 callers with 88 con a J34 board. Also that 99 hand is easy fold.

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