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One of the first poker moves that many players learn is the check-raise. Here a player will check – showing weakness after the flop, once an opponent bets they put in a big raise, demonstrating a strong holding. Players who do this a lot can be frustrating to play against. This article will show you that with some strategy adjustments you can actually profit from the play of the habitual check-raiser very easily.
That’s right. To call in poker can be a fatal error for the majority of the novice Texas Hold’em gamblers. Calling is a normal thing but most of the novice gamblers do it wrong. Most often they call because they are feeling insecure as they just don’t know what a hand the player who put the first bet has. If you are afraid in situations like that or if you feel like you have not that great chances then better fold or just don’t play Texas hold’em at all. To call is generally an unavailing approach. The most frequent actions you need to take is to either raise or to bet. Calling is generally used as a strategic approach in the cases when you want to save money, but not to call with the pure intention that you hope to make a better hand if some certain cards get dealt further in the turn. I.e. In case you have strong pair of cards and you are warrant you have good chances then you will want to raise or bet. Here are a few good reasons why you should proceed like that: