Advanced Poker Strategy: Play Your Range, Not Your Hand

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10 thoughts on “Advanced Poker Strategy: Play Your Range, Not Your Hand

  1. Biggest mistake was the all-in on the river. We can criticize him all day about how he misplayed the flop/turn but if villain is calling $75 w/ king high on flop, its gonna be hard to get him off his open-ended on the turn. As for river, very hard to put him on JK with that flat call on the flop, but I would have been more concerned with a hand like AK clubs. Only a hand better than trip 6s is calling that river, AA or KK is definitely betting that turn, and QQ is def still possible

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  3. Standard play on turn is to check? No. John played it perfectly. His only mistake was not pushing on the turn. There are a lot of ways to play poker, but winning small pots instead of losing big ones is a great place to start. You really gonna call 800 on an 800 pot with 8-11 outs, or maybe just 2? Do it again over and over when u play me

  4. The guy could’ve also flopped queens full. Raising $45 preflop with queens is highly possible

  5. Sorry about the hand. A strong 3-bet on the flop could’ve gotten you the pot.

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