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bet sizing preflop - Tue Jun 07, 2011, 04:37 PM
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Since: Dec 2010
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i have been playing poker forever, i have watched many videos on bet sizing preflop, as well as getting information via poker books. One video i watched yesterday told me a: raising to 3x bb everytime you raise is like throwing your money away and b: NOT raising to 4-6bb is a leak.
Any thoughts or suggestions on this people. I always think that raising the same amount disguises your hand and i dont understand the point of raising past 3x because to me your either guna get no action or action that you dont really want if say u have a10 or small pocket pairsn and someone flatcalls your 4-6x that could be trouble. I dunno, thats my opinion but i look forward to hearing yours.
Also i only ever see anyone raise to4-6x in early stages of mtts and those players im pretty sure never really last to long.
 
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Tue Jun 07, 2011, 09:57 PM
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