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/Oct/2014

Fists Sick Read Blog!

By: A-FISTFULL @ 11:46 (EDT) / 315 / Comment ( 6 )

First chance ive had recently to write another blog so here goes......

Sick reads and making great calls is one of the main reasons i like to play poker.

But as we all know this isnt that easy acheivment!

Having a good read on your opponent is key to this and notes alone dont give you a full picture as players can change style over time or even just for that hand.

Bet sizes is another clue that aids your decision.

Then its down to yourself to put it all together,have a word with your gut and make the correct decision.

This is an good example of having a good read on your opp.......

 I put my opp on Ace rag etc using all the above info before the flop....

More to come........Fist.

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