Today, we are going to discuss two conflicting but legitimate strategies: being a predominantly preflop player or a predominantly postflop player. Hopefully, you can see where you fit in the spectrum and use this newfound understanding to play to your own strengths.
When it comes to when you should look at your cards in a live game, there are two schools of though, each with valid ideas. Today, we will be discussing when to look at your cards in a live game, including the relative benefits of the two primary philosophies.
You’re playing a 5 cash game with $10/$20 blinds with A9 in the small blind. You have bet all three streets out of position and on the river the board shows K10QJ6 with no flush possibilities. What should you do?View previous questions