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how much secracy is advisable in playing online/live?
like showing your cards after a successfull bluff/not showing...

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is 100% secracy better than partial?
i know its all in the moment and you really have to decide when the time comes, but i still wanna know what everyone thinks about this!

     
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IMO - playing online - always muck, but playing live poker - its good to show a decent bluf in tourney sometimes, but never in cash table Blink

     
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In live, never show and ... essentially ... never talk! Experienced players try to read your tells in your voice, your gestures, ... in live tables be a cold ice, is what i have taken by my experience.

     
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Let them pay to see your cards.

One can show the cards if this will possible push another player over the edge. Big Smile

     
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Hello everybody!
The secret esr always better. No need to show to others their good or bad reading.
See you soon for new posts lol! Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
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i show my cards every time i bluff alot thou, wunder thats why am a crap player Big Smile

     
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The only hands i show are Quads and Straight flushes. Things like that are rare enough that i want to share them with everyone else at the table. Regardless of if that gives away some of my betting pattern.

     
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Just never show your cards if you dont have to/showdown ...

     
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I sometimes show hand when I'am strong,when stealing credits,after it's easyer to steal credits
Worship Dollar Dollar Worship

     
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I muck every time online especially with all the different programs people have logging your hands...that is enough info for them...

     
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There is no secrecy if you want to muck your cards. It is up to you my friend, if you want to show your cards. But that is all in the game. Poker is fun to play and is very exciting. Cool

     
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i never show anything, sometimes i think maybe i should because i have been stealing alot but then i say no because when i have a monster the guy might not pay me off. Never show s**t thats my rule Thumbs Up

     
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"Never show s**t thats my rule"....

I agree. It's often used to show off when bluffing, or to give an impression that you bluff a lot, or whatever...
Anyway, it's useless and not very wise IMO.
Get "caught" on a bluff once in a while and confuse, that's my rule.
Just don't let anyone get a hand on your game.
Blink

     
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i show my first bluff Smile) and then 3-4 winning hands, but sometimes i didn`t show Smile).Depends on the players...

     
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I go with the idea of shut of the chat box and never show your cards for anything. The potential gain in showing your cards is not worth it.

     
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makes sense. i usually show my cards if a bluff comes out successfully. after that i play kinda easy for a couple of hands. usually dont bluff right after a big one.

     
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Posted by loonardog:
makes sense. i usually show my cards if a bluff comes out successfully. after that i play kinda easy for a couple of hands. usually dont bluff right after a big one.

ye, this strategy seems to work for me also... Tongue



     
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Hi loonardog.

I nerver show, i think showing cards you are given free information. Well, if someone wants to know.. they must pay Smile .

Bye!!

     
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Show or not show they can always find you on SharkScope. But still i dont show.

I guess i am not a show off Question

     
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Ever seen Phil Ivey show his cards? - me neither. Any info you give can be used against you. Keep em Guessing. nuff sed Big Smile

     
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