How To Play The Flop (NLH) – Winning Poker Strategy

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Lead instructor Evan from walks you through how to approach playing the flop in no limit hold’em. In this presentation you will learn about:

1. The Power of continuation betting
2. Choosing the right bet size
3. Playing with the betting lead on the flop
4. Playing without the betting lead on the flop


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How To Play The Flop (NLH) – Winning Poker Strategy

10 thoughts on “How To Play The Flop (NLH) – Winning Poker Strategy

  1. Probably nobody will reply as its an old video, but what if we donk lead a wet board in which we have a draw or top pair, and the preflop raiser raises us?
    Do we call draws if we are getting the right price? But what should we be folding here? Top pair? Low draws?

  2. Really good info, I liked the part where you were saying to be more aggressive on dry boards. I never thought of that before. I am going to start doing that more bc as you said its unlikely your opponent hit that flop.

  3. Interesting video except for that annoying ass constant f*cking lip smacking! Drink some f*cking water!

  4. I don't fully understand "Playing with the lead" what is the lead? does that mean youre out of position and going first?

  5. i find that the problem with cbetting dry boards is that you will get raised or check-raised quite a bit by aggressive players putting you in a really tough situation no matter what you have. seems to me that c-betting is all about balance because it can become pretty obvious…gotta mix it up. i usually c-bet a lot no matter what (except against 3 or more opponents), just vary the sizing by betting bigger on wetter boards to get rid a lot of the weaker draws and small pair type of hands that have a way of making life miserable. on a dry board you are usually either way ahead or way behind so i dont think risking a lot on dry boards makes sense.

  6. great stuff…but isnt leading out into a raiser a donk bet? what are advantages of donk betting?

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