30th March 2012 (LONDON, UK)- Badbeat.com’s Senior Poker Analyst, Phil Wise, concentrates on Cash Games bet sizes in his column this month. April’s edition of Bluff Europe magazine will feature his article on the reasons to bet and how to size them. Phil claims that “Examining your bet sizing in more detail will reap the rewards”.
Phil shares advice he has picked up during his 12 years as a professional and shows you how to “maximise your wins and minimise your losses”.
The Badbeat.com Mentor and Analyst details ways to manipulate the pot size pre and post flop. He gives examples of how tweaking the pot early on can have a big impact on later streets and thus concluding “changing your bet sizing will impact your winrate”.
Phil also explains why bet sizing is important when bluffing and how changing it can set up more successful bluffing strategies. This is not to be missed.
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Jessica Tomsett, Lyceum Media
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