Joined: Apr '09
Age: 44 (M)
Is it better to bluff amatures that only call with great hands and play tight against good poker players that know how to bluff or is it better the other way around just in general I know it depends on many situations i am just asking in general.
Joined: May '09
Age: 46 (M)
In my opinion. If you don´t have a HUD and many lots of hands of players, the best you can do is learn SSS or BSS and play 'ABC Poker' becoming a TAG player. Leave bluffs and other things until you really known the player (it means more than 300 hands in your HUD).
Joined: Dec '08
Age: 62 (M)
If you are sure your opponent is a very tight amateur, you can bluff him a little more often then a tight experienced plyer. An experienced player might see what you are doing and bluff you back. As you said, in general. But most important is not too bluff too often, like 1 time in 5 rounds or less, in general again
Joined: Feb '09
Age: 40 (M)
I agree. Dont bluff too much. Never bluff a donk!!
For a bluff you need to have a good read on your opponent and be sure hes willing to lay hands down or just cant call it. Try some semi-bluffs or try to steal small pots where you recognize nobody is really interested in them.
Edited by moshylinho (10 February 2010 @ 17:57 GMT)
Most amateurs(newbies) are poor players. Bluffing is generally not good against them due to a number of reasons. Better to play your hands more aggressively at them and push them into mistakes. Bluffing in general is best done when u only use it occasionally. Too much bluffing will cripple your bankroll.
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 41 (M)
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The more hands you play, the more you start recognizing similiar patterns recurring (if yuo pay attention to your table) - i.e. u recognize which players will call PSB's to the river with flopped mid pair and which you can bluff cuz they play weak.