Now 3 cards ( the flop) have been placed which everyone can see and use. Together with the 2 cards in your hand you know 5 of the 7 cards that will eventually be dealt.
As we have been teaching a tight/aggressive strategy, you have probably been involved in some raising pre-flop. Knowing all of this you can use the same knowledge in 에볼루션 카지노 가입. This means you have shown some strength and belief in your hand. Now when the flop comes down how do you proceed?
You have probably raised preflop, so you should almost certainly bet now, especially if everybody has checked to you, or you are the first to act. This concept is one of the basics of post flop play and is called the continuation bet. Most of the time this bet will win you the pot right now. This is because the flop usually misses most players, they just don’t make a good enough hand to stay in the game. Therefore as the person who showed the most strength preflop is still betting, they have to assume that they are still behind.
Even if the flop has missed you horribly, you should bet here, if nobody else takes the lead. As a rule, in real money poker, I will not continuation bet if there are more then 4 players in the hand still, and I am one of the first to act, especially if there are high hands on the flop. Here the flop texture becomes important as well
Flop Texture is an intermediate concept but basically it is the make up and potential of the flop. You have to look at it and decide who it could have helped. Three Hearts on the flop could have helped someone trying to make a flush. A flop showing TJQ will help anyone looking for a straight, and anyone holding a King or a Nine will be drawing to a straight, and will likely call or even raise any bet you make. Therefore the more players, and the more co-ordinated the flush , the more careful you should be about your continuation bet. However in Red Dead Redemption the computer is usually a bit thick, so Cont. bet away.
Continuation bets should usually be between half and 3/4 of the pot. For example if the pot is $60 a C-bet between $30 and $50 will suffice.
If you are called then we will see another card ( The Turn card) and you will have another decision. If your C-Bet is raised then you will have to call , fold or raise to see the next card or win the pot.
What you do if raised totally depends on what you are holding. If your C-bet was a total bluff, I.e You don’t even have a pair or a decent draw to a straight of flush you should most likely let your hand go now and fold.
If you have a pair that isn’t the top pair with a very good kicker you should also consider folding to a raise. Even top pair with the top kicker is a little vulnerable but you can probably continue in the hand if that is your holding.
Two Pair hands and above are worth staying in with as well.
Draws are different however. Now a concept called Pot Odds comes into practice. This is another of the most important concepts in poker and I will talk about it in an intermediate lesson in more detail.
Basically though, when you are raised, the other player is offering you pot odds to continue. Let’s say you raised with AQ of hearts. The flop comes Jh 7h and 4c. That means you have 4 cards to a flush, and only need one card to complete it. Now you have seen 4 hearts, the 2 in your hand, and the 2 on the flop. There are 13 hearts in the deck in all which leaves 9 Hearts left. You have seen 5 of the 52 cards in the deck which means 47 cards are left. This means that 9 out of those 47 cards will help you complete your flush and probably win the hand.
Using simple maths, the odds of you hitting the card on the turn are 4.1 to 1. That means that you deal the turn card 5 times, and you shoudl statistically hit your flush once out of those 5 times.
If the pot is $60, and the bet you are facing is $40 that means the total pot is $100. it is costing you $40 to call to win a $100 pot. You are being offered of 10/4, or 5/2 . You should not call in this position as statistically if you made this call 5 times you would only hit once. You have paid $40 5 times which equals $200, but you have only hit your flush once, winning $100.
Oops, you are $100 down. Now of course this is only a guide, and variance will mean it won’t happen in such a black and white way, but if you are playing a lot of hands, then you will find it unprofitable calling at those sort of odds.
An acceptable call with a flush draw would be if the bet is something like $12 into a pot of $60. Now the pot is $72 and it is costing you $12 to call. You are getting pot odds of 72/12 . Or 6/1 . Much better then the 4.1/1 odds you require.
Also you need to use pot odds when you have a good hand you want to protect. You do not want to give your opponent correct odds to call. If you think they are chasing a flush, make the bet large enough to make it a mistake for them to call. Anything around 3/4 of the pot is big enough for this.
While you play poker, you need to know about it beforehand, just having the money won’t work a single time for anyone. People who want to know and learn they initially play without using money or they have a trial membership and from there they learn and then move to professional games.