4-Betting and 5-Betting Strategy in No Limit Hold’em

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Upswing Poker co-founder Ryan Fee shares his thoughts on various aspects of 4-betting and 5-betting in No Limit Texas Hold’em. Topics covered include reasons to re-raise (value vs. bluffs), when to do so, and constructing ranges for 4- and 5-betting. Some specific situational ranges discussed are straight from the Upswing Lab.

For the full article on this topic, read more here: https://www.upswingpoker.com/4-bet-5-bet-preflop-strategy/

Upswing Poker was founded by Ryan Fee, Doug Polk and Matt Colletta to help players learn the fundamentals and theory to becoming solid winning players. Learn poker strategy from the world’s top no limit players at http://www.upswingpoker.com/

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10 thoughts on “4-Betting and 5-Betting Strategy in No Limit Hold’em

  1. Nice video. I was wondering if you had any thoughts on why certain opening ranges should include certain percentage of hands. Most good players have a feel for how loose they should be opening in the HJ, BTN, etc, but is there any mathematical justification for those ranges?

    Everything boils back to the opening range (as noted in Millers Poker's 1%), since you'll have to defend 70% facing additional pressure, so it seems critical to understand how and why these opening ranges are a certain width from each position.

  2. Ryan please make videos like Doug does. i know you also trying hard to deliver info, but when i listening you i get borred in 30 sec. no extra words and confident speech. thank you.

  3. what ever happened to being powerful?! too bad no one plays like doyle brunson!

  4. Love you man but you speak to fast and the recording device is not good enough or the room reverberates badly. How about trying a headset and take deliberate pauses.

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