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Check-raising strategy in poker part 2

Sat 10 June 2017 Check-raising strategy in poker part 2

If the flop is Q47^2V, and someone check-raises to make you fold, what do you think he probably has? If he wants you to call the two bets, what do you think he has? Answer at the end of the chapter.

  1. If you are check-raised on the flop, let the hand go if you've already got one bet in and you think you're beat. Too many players will automatically go ahead and call that extra bet without thinking about it. Resist the temptation to go on automatic pilot just because you want to see one more card. Players who can fold in this situation will plug a major leak in their game and add substantially to their hourly rate.

  2. Pay attention when there's a raise before the flop. After the flop, you may want to remember exactly where that player is sitting in relation to you. You may need him to help you with a check-raise. After the flop, no one at the table, including the dealer, is allowed to say who raised earlier.

  3. If you're going to check-raise, you might think that you need a 50-50 chance that someone else will bet when you check. You actually need a much better chance than that. You need to factor in the possibility that you will be reraised, and you also need to allow for those times that you check-raise and lose the hand. If you're a beginning player, I recommend that you hold yourself to a standard of "virtually certain" that there'll be a bet if you check.

  4. When you're in late position or on the button against a lot of players, and everyone has checked to you, be aware that someone out there is probably waiting to check-raise you. The more players there are in the hand, the less likely it is that they all have checking hands.

  5. A check-raise on the turn means something different than a check-raise before the flop or on the flop. A player who allows you to call one bet and then check-raises you on the turn knows that you need to see only one more card to make your hand and that, in all probability, you'll call. That player, therefore, always has a great hand. Learn to fold more often in this spot.

  6. If you're check-raised and you don't know what to do, remember that you do know two things: you know what your hand is, and you know that the other player's hand is either better or worse than yours. All you have to do is decide whether he could be playing this way with a hand worse than yours.