If the game selective in poker is certainly correct, what about the aggressive play? Think of the passive player. Do not tip if you do not think when you have a hand infallible … and no one gets the nuts of victory so often. Most of the time there is located in the dishes in which it is believed, but without owning the certainty, to have the best hand. And even if you’re 100% sure you have the best hand at that time, you always have to consider the probability of being hit by the cards that come out.
For example, suppose you have Jf-10p, and the turn out 9c-8d-7c-Qc. Now you have the best hand, but you may lose if the river came out a heart and to complement the color of your opponent. If your opponents continue to check and call one of them could have a flush in hearts. The worst thing you can do is usually to give your opponent the opportunity to carry out his plan at no cost. After all, one card at no cost no risk, only the possibility of a big result would never leave the card of the miracle, the one that will give the best hand.
Here is another example. You hold Af-Ks, and to make the most of our hypothetical scenario, let’s say you know with absolute certainty that your opponent has AQ-10c. On the turn, the board is Rev-Jd-Kd-8c. Your opponent has a project with four cards that can beat you. If the river was a queen, will build a scale tapping your two pair. If you give him a card at no cost risks nothing, and win, if a queen comes out on the river. With 44 unknown cards in the deck, your opponent is colliding with odds of 10 to 1. It is quite a feat. But if you do not pay anything for the opportunity to carry out his plan, he will be in the position where he has nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Now imagine that you’re playing the same hand, but this time is no limit. Points € 2,500 into a pot of € 500. With the above-mentioned investments, your opponent agrees to not risk to win € 2,500 € 3,000. The would agree only if the dish offered a chance at winning higher than the odds of 10 to 1 against whom is playing his hand.
One of the key strategic principles of the no-limit game is just use the size of your bet to manipulate the odds the pot is offering to your opponent. In this example, making a bet big enough, you can actually prevent your opponent contexts you the pot.
In a game of fixed limit poker hand, all you can do is point – or try a check-raise – to manipulate the odds of your opponent and beat. Since giving a paper at no cost betting is bad, whereas manipulate the pot odds so that it is clearly inconvenient for your opponent to try to carry out his plan is a good play, be aggressive enough when you have the best hand in a fixed-limit game is the best strategy in most cases.