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  27-Jan-10, 06:16   #21
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oliver082298 

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Now it's YOUR turn - please share your information, knowledge, theories - anything you might know about this thread's topic!

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i think the strategy is only good if your opponents were playng by the book; it changes if youv encountered a fish Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

     
  27-Jan-10, 06:33   #22
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duck_1991 

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Posted by oliver082298:
i think the strategy is only good if your opponents were playng by the book; it changes if youv encountered a fish Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

i think it's quite the other way , only experience players will make you thick the way they want to ... but , nowadays everyone is fish ... read again the text Blink

     
  27-Jan-10, 12:22   #23
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Flippedchips 

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these are good tips as i noticed this when i started playing thats why i do the opposite of these tells when playing. But mind at low stakes some people dont notice tells Confused

     
  7-Feb-10, 23:08   #24
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rattacha 

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Medium pause and call - my experience sais it's usually means a weak hand. At flop you can bet the opponent did not hit the flop. Based on FT, micro stake.

     
  7-Feb-10, 23:20   #25
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BhStaljin 
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Great tips....but I was alredy know....I kind decide to bet or nor or bluff or not depending on

the time player waited to bet check or raise....If he makes quick call I try not to bet anymore.....

good luck on the tables


     
  13-Feb-10, 18:24   #26
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JunkyMonkey 
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Good tips...but they may only work on low/micro limits. Medium or high limit players try to fool you with time.

     
  16-Feb-10, 00:40   #27
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manell 
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NICE man...

     
  16-Feb-10, 02:49   #28
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mahdrof 

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Maybe true for newbies at microstakes, but I reverse these to mix things up. Be careful wit dem dare chips!

     
  19-Apr-10, 08:14   #29
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shirsh 
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small reraise of your raise when lots of chips were bet in pot earlier.
in 3/4 of cases it's a bluff, splayed like a monster.

     
  3-May-10, 15:09   #30
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Mac7raj 
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Not 100% sure but a small re-raise on micro is just 90% of cases. I mean most of those players play for fun and they make mini-bet/mini-raises because they don't think about what other peoples thinks. From my experience the mini-bet are mostly bluff but mini-raises actually ending with monster because those players dont raise until they got unless three of a kind, they call with pair and go all in/re-raise all in with nothing. I know it's big generalizing but I don't say it's 100% of time but you should consider it.
Srry for my english but hope you understand and hope it help you. Cool

     
  3-May-10, 17:29   #31
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ILI_002 

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If he raises big and I call pre-flop, I've noticed that his INSTANT (like 0.1 sec) big continuation bet after the flop, especially on a flop like 3-6-8 rainbow means that he didn't catch a pair, and he tries to scare me with his A-Q or A-J, while representing a monster pair or a set... So I think a long pause and a big re-raise or an all-in should make him fold...

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  12-Jun-10, 20:18   #32
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minisizeme 
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really nice f.a.q! good job!

     
  13-Jun-10, 08:29   #33
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youngbaboon 
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Great tips and points. I totally agree with all of that. It's all about rhythm really. It doesn't take very long to figure out a players style/ personality. It's all about playing off of how they play. You gotta play to your opponents weaknesses.

     
  13-Jun-10, 11:54   #34
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Pitiless 
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automatic stuff are great to bluff, anyway, you gotta be sure they all check before, and if there is a reraise you probably have to fold ;p


     
  25-Jun-10, 14:37   #35
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katarinak 
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Nice tips, but if everyone would know this, then people would use it against eachother. Thumbs Up

     
  25-Jun-10, 15:29   #36
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Fackinas 
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Posted by CityWalker:
I disagree with the automatic re-raise. That's because a lot of players i've been played use the automatic raise or reraise to protect a weak pocket pair or a missed AK that they raised preflop. Smile Thumbs Up Smile

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  3-Aug-10, 18:23   #37
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  11-Mar-12, 15:37   #38
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exostenz 
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So reversing the list and doing the opposite in each tell would give off misleading information. Unless someone believes they are being misled.. so which one is it? Agree

     
  25-Mar-12, 21:22   #39
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Hiesy 
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This tipps are good but it depends on the player you play against in higher limits the players try to use them against you and on the micro Limits there are to many maniacs that didn´t play with any strategy but just how they want to so i think you have to watch the game first before using this tipps. But i am also playing with the time from time to time and i have to say it is a nice way to trap opponents who use this tells

     
  25-Mar-12, 22:21   #40
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damosk 
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Posted by awood88:
Posted by Administrator:
1) Long pause � then a raise: the most common online poker tell is when players make quite a long pause and then raise or re-raise you. This normally indicates a very strong hand.


[QUOTE]Posted by awood88:

I hate that people use time as a factor when judging online poker. When players go to the time bin or whatever you call it, people often see this as weak, but don't consider that the player could have connection problems or be away from their computer. I know it's not advisable but sometimes I've ran off in between hands to do something urgent and I get back to see pocket Jacks. I then raise but cos I took so long, the idiot next to me gives me no credit.

I don't think you can take time into account when playing online poker. People play several tables at once, do other things on their computer or get distracted. Usually quick responses say more about the player but even if you get a quick call it could be a mis-click.



This made me laugh, as many a time I have delayed when deciding what to do, and have always considered what the other players would be thinking....... is he thinking about raising me?; Cant he decide what to do?; Has he gone to the toilet?; is he in the kitchen?; is he more focussed on the TV (depends whats on!)? or has he just got a rubbish connection? or am I just playing the time down cos I have a teeny stack left? or cant he work out the new slider system and is having trouble hitting the right amount on the slider? or is he playing a number of different hands and hasnt had time to sort this one out yet?

Guys, in truth it could be anything. Online is difficult to attribute time delay to any one approach with any certainty, just bear them all in mind based on everything else you know about that player does.

As I keep telling people that I need to remind, online is real life and take into consideration every possibility based on what you know and can attribute to an indivdual or a situation.

Good luck everyone.

Edited by damosk (25 March 2012 @ 22:27 GMT)


     
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