happywolf881 | Postflop

Saving in postflop poker requires taking into account the value of the pot always when the poker player enters the auction. This is due to the fact that when making a bet, the poker player has the following goals:
Increase the bank – increases the potential profit;
To make the game unprofitable for the opponent – if the raise is not for the Pot-Odds for the opponent, in the long run the player will profit from the Call of the opponent, even if he loses in the current hand, for example – without strengthening his hand or failing to bluff.
Based on the above, the size of pre-flop betting can be divided into the following categories:
Less than 1/4 – almost with any hand the opponent will be advantageous to be compared. He can comfortably play a medium-strength hand and cheaply watch the following cards, which can allow you to strengthen a ready-made combination or finish building an unhanded one.
From 1/4 to 1/2 – the range of hands that will be beneficial for the opponent to play – is reduced, but his range remains too wide – he may try to finish building Street and Flash Dro.
From 1/2 to 3/4 – it becomes unprofitable for the enemy to look at the following cards if he does not have a Drok monster with a large number of outs, and if he compares – plays against the bank’s chances, which is beneficial for you.
From 3/4 to 100% – almost all unfinished hands are not profitable to play for an opponent. This amount of increase brings maximum profit from the situation, even if the poker player acts as a bluff.
In the case of a bluff, small raises become completely unprofitable, since opponents will compare them more often than large ones. To make raises or bet, unprofitable for an opponent on the chances of the bank, you need to know how to calculate them. The probabilities and chances of the bank is written in this article. The following diagram shows how the poker player’s winnings on the river increase, depending on how many percent of the pot he puts on the flop.