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That said, live games are usually a lot easier to beat than online ones. 1. Punish Limpers As Much As Possible. If you are new to live poker, you'll probably be astounded by how often players open-limp 2. In practice, it's usually better to play looser against a limper. Upswing Lab No Limit Membership.


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N.B. I mostly play mid-stakes live poker (6–12 to 15–30) in a fixed limit betting format. I find 1–2 NLH to be an easier game to beat than the limit games I play.


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Why you can't beat 1/2 live cash. You buy in short. If you buy in for $50 then this just decimates your winrate. You never hit the rake cap and play big pots where.


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Use the daily discussion thread or the weekly BBV threads for these posts, unless they are truly remarkable and can foster some sort of discussion. William Kassouf. He checks, you bet 25, he asks you how much you have behind then makes it You can just fold here, you are never good. Geezer with a cowboy hat and jaundiced eyes who just sats down: "the roulette tables here can't be beat, the casino across town has much better" Me: heavy breathing intensifies. Alex "Kanu7" Millar. When sharing your stream, please remove the thread after the stream has ended. If they are stationy, they are way way too stationy. You always limp aces so you get as many callers as you can, kid, you're welcome for the lesson. Chris Moneymaker and Norman Chad. I'm pretty sure this guy was around when dirt was invented. Otherwise these threads may be deleted at the moderators' discretion. He folds and BB calls again. Some really bad players would seriously fold to this bluff thinking opponent has a 7 despite calling the turn guaranteeing that all the money was going in. Oh Lord, I heard the "you should always limp aces" bit today. He checks, you bet 10, he calls. Doug Polk. So just noticing who is doing what is worth a ton. There are guys there aged 60 who have been playing terrible since before I was born, and there are guys in the 20s just starting to play who all suck. I see other people in similar spots make it like 20 or 30 in my spot which is just insanely bad. You never hit the rake cap and play big pots where the river betting is effectively rake free. I call it just plain stupid.

This makes it much easier to read your post and understand the situation, which will help get you better feedback. Additionally, please avoid posting adult content. We're here for poker! CO bets 10 into He has a stack of ish.

Flop comes A CO checks, I make it beating 1 2 nl live He re-raises to 45, and I snap re-raise tohe calls. The majority just click for source players tend to call way too much rather than bluff way too much. Sometimes we accidentally value own ourselves but in general people are going to call down ridiculously wide for no reason.

Would you have folded to a turn jam? If they are passive, they are way too passive. Chinese psychopath then I will check to him and let him bluff.

Turn 9. That was a prime moment for lying so that he keeps bluffing at you. It wont. This includes sharing stream links to paid content, and sharing the download of books, software, or electronic content.

So intentionally teaching villain how to play better against you is funny? For every self-promotional item you share blogs, vlogs, streams, etc.

The biggest whale in our games always talks like that. Was he your buddy or something? Best beating 1 2 nl live all, unlike in online I don't think beating 1 2 nl live makes any effort to get better eg.

He would confidently announce someone's folded hand at least once https://andromeda-fishing.ru/blackjack/slotstar-speelautomaten.html orbit and then explain his reasoning.

CO checks, I make it more for all in. Do not ask for any type of ghosting while playing and follow reddit's user agreement. Almost every SE asian person, man or woman, that I've played against is a complete loose cannon.

This fucking kid didn't limp with aces, who fucking plays that way? Also I agree with most of your post except the bluffing part but the bluffing is more knowing who is scared money and who doesn't give a fuck.

I have AQ suited and make it 20 to go, folds around to him who calls. Phil Galfond. Ryan Fee. I'll have to start mixing up my bet beating 1 2 nl live whenever I see you at the table". Used to play with this old Russian dude who every pot he lost he would say "my friend I buy you watch with cards".

And of course I would have something way different like a flush draw, but I would reply, "fuck dude how did your read that so well?

And if we are deeper, likeor even 1K effective we should still shove river IMO. This story would make more sense if he were chasing and thought very mistakenly that you would get off of your ace for a too small river jam.

They think that more callers means more money in the pot post flop. He cracked a joke bro, relax. I mean maybe sometimes villain calls it off with a ten here and he wouldn't call a shove, but if villain has a 6 and we don't stack him it is just unforgivable.

Oh ok then he is either donating money or truly believed that he could just "outplay" you lol.

Due to the fact that nobody folds see point 2 we can value bet quite thin. But a raise will reduce the limpers who will flop straights with their 48ss who aren't even limping with the hope of a straight.

Middle aged. In general I think you want to buy in for at least BB, and usually I buy in for the max. Ive told Asian people the same thing even when Im wrong and called them off.

Haha and they all like to tell you how long they've been playing as if that makes them not terribad! Who gives a flying fuck if the dealer laughed.

You also just play smaller pots period. If they are too aggressive, they are way too aggressive in every spot. I'm not gonna sit there and be nice to someone who's openly being an ass, regardless of age. A ton of live players are gonna snap call vs even a 1K shove, they just don't get it.

Lol I feel like the table would have erupted in laughter. This is one of those things beating 1 2 nl live is theoretically correct you are supposed to slowplay from a GTO standpoint but in practice almost everyone is way too passive and stationy for it to make sense.

I would much rather be heads up after the flop and first to act, than against 3 players and in position. I don't think so bro. I am a guy in my 20s who suck. I think betting postflop with semi bluffs is OK, but I feel like every time I bluff beating 1 2 nl live when I play live some guy finds a call with a complete nonsense hand more info blocks my bluffs.

Almost every black guy I've played against is https://andromeda-fishing.ru/blackjack/blackjack-backpack.html and let's their ego ruin their stack.

Now I just give up unless I have a read that villain can find the fold button. I witnessed a better one. Did he actually say you're welcome for the lesson? CO is very aggressive player who had just called and lost a dollar all-in with a paired ace with a garbage kicker.

He's from Eastern Europe though. B says "nice call, I got 10 high". Jonathan Little. This is just me realising that I played like a complete bozo and that I can make an effort, play hyper-exploitatively and actually have a good winrate. Did he have a flush draw?

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Rarely bluff.

Everyone looks at each other in disbelief. Shove 75o pre and ends up losing. Reminds me of when I played live and I had this one guy to my left that was bragging about his hand reading skill. I get it you want to keep fish fishy but you're allowed to have a good time at the table. They don't realize that more players in a hand post flop hurts their odds. I make it and he thinks for 10 seconds, says 'I don't think you call pre with 96' and calls. Then they never realize usually that I'm actually a strong player. We also pretty much never have to worry about being bluff-raised.