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Help against aggro players

Post by sherlok11 on Mon Jan 09, 2012 1:35 pm







Well, here is what happened yesterday when I tried to bluff:

#1: On the flop, all cards were spades. I didn't have anything but was pretty sure the villian didn't have flush. So I went all in but he eventually called after almost a min worth of hesitation. It turn out that he had 2 QQs but one of his queens was a spade. He did type in the chat box that it was a good move but he wanted to gamble.

#2: again, I didn't have anything but went all in and villian called and all he had was a 2nd top pair. I was like I would never do that.

#3: went all in on a drawy board and there was alot of money in the pot. He called and he had AAs. again, I could've easily had straight.

I'm under the impression that anyone with aggressive factor of more than 45% is just incapable of folding. They just seem to want to gamble and very greedy in nature.

What is the best way to deal with them? Should I just make a big bet next time and then fold if they call and bet?

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Re: Help against aggro players

Post by crispchris on Mon Jan 09, 2012 4:17 pm

my advice couldnt work here . i have created what i call passive limp agrression. its well known i call limp alot more then i bet. i look at it this way why waste chips with what could be the best worst hand out there . i limp limp limp but at anytime i can wait for a bet and go allin with atc this is also well known. i think at this point most ppl that know me know they will be up against 87 or aa . i leave the thinking on what to do up to the other player. i find i have to make less moves less desisions . and i get the calls i want for the most part. but im also scarey lucky with the bad hands i play. i like to try to play agaist the program as well as the player. two allins im in blind with 56 i may just crush em both the way the bad beats are handed on merge and ive done well with that. now that being said i dont recomend anyone play like me


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Re: Help against aggro players

Post by pokerbandit22 on Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:59 pm

will i got got rivered out by trip 2s
i was in the big blind had ace jack
poped it. floped my 2 pair had it till the river he got his third 2. they wont fold no matter what you do and they get lucky???
if it was me i would have folded twos to an all in smack it


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Re: Help against aggro players

Post by plumas31 on Fri Jan 20, 2012 12:14 am

sherlok11 wrote:





Well, here is what happened yesterday when I tried to bluff:

#1: On the flop, all cards were spades. I didn't have anything but was pretty sure the villian didn't have flush. So I went all in but he eventually called after almost a min worth of hesitation. It turn out that he had 2 QQs but one of his queens was a spade. He did type in the chat box that it was a good move but he wanted to gamble.

#2: again, I didn't have anything but went all in and villian called and all he had was a 2nd top pair. I was like I would never do that.

#3: went all in on a drawy board and there was alot of money in the pot. He called and he had AAs. again, I could've easily had straight.

I'm under the impression that anyone with aggressive factor of more than 45% is just incapable of folding. They just seem to want to gamble and very greedy in nature.

What is the best way to deal with them? Should I just make a big bet next time and then fold if they call and bet?


Maybe its just me but it sounds like you are the agro player. In all 3 of these examples, you went all in with nothing and are surprised that he called you. Sounds to me like you need to work on picking your spots to bluff and also knowing what type of player to bluff at. If after the first play you made and he called with a marginal hand, you should expect that he will call you in other situations as well.

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