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What tips/rules do you live by.
always raise in late position? (limpers)
strick bankrollmanagment?
always play PP?
leave after dubbling up?
never re-buy? etc.....................

Mine is to never ever ever show cards. (when possable)

     
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My tip:

Never never slowplay AA Cool

     
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My golden rule in poker is, no golden rules in poker. Big Smile

A lot is so situational that is it hart to fit it in rules. Maybe, never play drunk.
Only exception: Never play omahahaha. Cool

     
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never play drunk. only rule

     
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Tips

Only play A-game, stop immediately when redlining.

Play ABC-poker untill you know the opponent.

Never limp

Only set mine with 22-66 if opponents stack is aprox 10*his raise(I think you hit set 1 of 8 but 10 is quick and easy) Smile

Never show

Don't over protect the BB



     
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I have some rules before I play poker.

- Get enough sleep before playing
- Eat healthy
- Have a shower before

     
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1 of my rules before playing is asking my self if im ready to lose and smile about it, not that I plan on losing but if im not ready to lose and do I'll play terrible afterwards and lose unnecessary money but I gues that goes under "allways play A-game" Smile

Fold to win, it's better to fold a winning hand than to call a losing hand.

Never fold KK pre for 100BB

     
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Try to stop caring if you win then go all in and you win Big Smile

     
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I'm never showing cards either, I do try to limp in now and then you never know what to hit with nothing, but I never do this when I have a medium and a low card. Do you guys raise in late position when having 910 or 10J ? Or don't plat at all ?

     
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Posted by Poeinkie:
. Do you guys raise in late position when having 910 or 10J ? Or don't plat at all ?

For me it depends on the person to my left, if i feel i can take it down then raise, id raise with worse than that too, but i try not to limp its raise or fold, but all depending.

     
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I see, cause I would never raise with that kind of hand unless i'm sure everyone is going to fold. Maybe I should trt it out though, I think i'm still playing to reserved Blink

     
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My rules are:
to be stuck to my model of playable hands determined by my position
to play according to my bankroll menagement rules
never show cards
to never call at omaha hl and texas hold'em

     
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Posted by Poeinkie:
I'm never showing cards either, I do try to limp in now and then you never know what to hit with nothing, but I never do this when I have a medium and a low card. Do you guys raise in late position when having 910 or 10J ? Or don't plat at all ?


Yep as long as the limper behind me is not short Smile

     
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Posted by Poeinkie:
I'm never showing cards either, I do try to limp in now and then you never know what to hit with nothing, but I never do this when I have a medium and a low card. Do you guys raise in late position when having 910 or 10J ? Or don't plat at all ?


It depends. Blink

As i usually play full ring i often have to deal with more then one limper. It makes little sense to raise it up in those situations. And T9 or JT make good multiway hands. Against only one limper one can raise it up. Just dont overdo it.

     
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i don't like to rise T9s or JTs because i like to have as many players as possible n the pot to make sure someone will call when i make a straight or a flush. It's just my opinion and i'd like to know why for you it's best to raise such hands

     
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Posted by GamblinDemon:
i don't like to rise T9s or JTs because i like to have as many players as possible n the pot to make sure someone will call when i make a straight or a flush. It's just my opinion and i'd like to know why for you it's best to raise such hands


I think you've made a point, if you are going to hit the straight you want lot's of callers but with more other callers you do have to get out if there is an overcard on the flop ( depends on the bet though) but if you raise there is also a change that everyone folds and you win the hand before the flop. Cause how often do you hit the straight.

I like both ideas Blink

     
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Yep. But you dont always hit a straight. Smile

If you raise this type of hands, you can sometimes win the hand before the flop, collecting the limps and blinds. You can stand for a completly other type of hand after the flop. If the flop comes A high you can often win the hand with a c-bet. And you make it more difficult for your opponents to put you on a hand, if you dont only raise your monsters.

     
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Posted by GamblinDemon:
i'd like to know why for you it's best to raise such hands


In late position you get a lot of info, after playing a bit you should be able to take down a lot of pots from late position, but dont over do it, if im playing a tight table i will take everyones blinds, and from late position i will raise with nearly any and wait for an answer, normally fold, (as long as it not alredy been raised).
The whole idea of the raise is to take it pre-flop and to punish the limpers, most of you wins should come from late position.

     
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