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Kitsune101

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If you have a few really nitty mass multi-tablers in your blinds that just play their hands kind of robotically, you can definitely just min-bet or 2.5x the BTN and they'll usually never adjust. But if you have a guy who likes to 3bet a lot there, you should probably make other adjustments to your btn strategy like stop opening so many junk hands you'll have to fold to a 3bet.

Or just leave and find a table you can min-bet nits without identifier off your left. Poke Tongue



Ya, I have a "standard" range but it is adjusted base on the players at the table.

Posted over 2 years ago

rrumsey

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Really? How so? If the pot is smaller dont you lose less $ in rake? Am I missing something? haha



depends, bc if we size bigger pre and it leads to taking down pots a lot more pots pre we don't pay any rake on those pots, where as if min betting gets us into more postflop spots it makes for more hands that are raked. Just depends on frequencies.

Posted over 2 years ago

Kitsune101

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depends, bc if we size bigger pre and it leads to taking down pots a lot more pots pre we don't pay any rake on those pots, where as if min betting gets us into more postflop spots it makes for more hands that are raked. Just depends on frequencies.



Oh Right. Taking it down preflop isnt raked.

Posted over 2 years ago

CDA

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Oh Right. Taking it down preflop isnt raked.



No flop, no drop Smile

Posted over 2 years ago




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