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Hello fellow poker enthusiasts,
I recently encountered a situation in a tournament where I had a strong hand pre-flop, but the board didn't favor me post-flop. How do you decide whether to stick with a hand or cut your losses in such situations?
Looking forward to hearing your insights.

     
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from this situation you can play on many ways, but all depend on how much chips you have, how other players on table play, can you push him with bigger bets to see does he have anything or not, so many answers! you can always hit something on turn and river and to have better hand then him! ofcourse that in lot of situations you will even when you dont have anything, you cant fold every time!

     
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When deciding whether to stick with a hand or fold post-flop, consider how the community cards may have improved your opponents' hands, as well as how much you have already invested in the pot. If the odds are not in your favor, it may be best to fold and preserve your stack for future opportunities. Thumbs Up

     
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He should write what was situation on table, how many chips he had and other things!

     
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I don't know exactly what I would do in such a situation. I would definitely take into account the behavior of other players. What amount of chips I have would also be an important factor. On top of all this, my own well-being would have some influence. If I still felt confident, I would play, if not, I would probably fold.

     
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Hope that he will continue to write here!

     
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It depends on a lot, what kind of player you are playing the hand against. What are the chances of your hand getting better etc. You have to provide more information to get an answer to that question

     
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Somehow I think that he will not after this!

     
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I agree that for a more precise answer, it requires more information from the author of the topic.

     
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all of this threads probably are mad just for cashout, not that we really answer, help or anything else!

     
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Posted by dule-vu:
all of this threads probably are mad just for cashout, not that we really answer, help or anything else!

I guess so as he never provided any additional information.....

     
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what to say...

     
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Indeed, we probably won't get additional information from the author of this thread. Well, at least we shared our observations, advice and experiences on this subject. Maybe someone else will comment on this matter someday and we will learn something valuable. We'll see, time will tell...

     
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Yeah!

     
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For me it depends on the opponent I'm playing. If they are willing to fold I'm tending to stay with my hand. Or give up if they are unable to fold any pair.

     
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