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One of the easily recognizable traits of an inexperienced recreational player is ‘limping’. The best players in the world hardly ever use this play and there are many good reasons why…
Back in December 2017, poker fans from all over India received some serious bad news – the High Court in the second most populous country in the world dismissed a petition to declare poker a game of skill.
Earlier this month the TwitchPoker Twitter account shared this video of a player, “Cwien” live on stream folding pocket Aces before the flop, when it is impossible that anyone has a better hand than you.
A good poker player can make the right call and still lose the pot – the key is to have a good understanding of how much equity they have and put money into the pot accordingly.
As you move up in stakes one of the first things you’re going to notice is that players 3-bet and 4-bet way more often than on the lower levels. Limping is virtually eliminated – if you want to play a hand and no-one opened before you, raise it up.