All board pairs are different, but there are some common trends that you can follow. In this article, I will share 5 tips for playing couples. Given that this is one of the most frequent types of failures (about 17% pipched), these tips may have an outsized impact on your victory level. Let’s get started!
Tips # 1 – Sometimes you have to be a c-bet with your full range in position
There are several paired boards that guarantee a very aggressive C-betting strategy as a preflop aggressor. Take a moment to think what type of pairs of pairs are more like players in more positions. Finished? This board with a paired Broadway card. This board supports Raiser Preflop because this player has more hands stronger Broadway (I think AK, AQ, KQ, etc.) compared to players outside the position. However, the player out position must be a 3-bet of many hands quite often. On this board as a preflop aggressor in a position, it is a very good idea to start a 100% C-bet of your reach due to the advantages of your dominating range (aka equity excellence).
Tips # 2 – Sometimes you can’t bet with your full range in position
If the Broadway Card pairs are beneficial for Raiser Preflop in position, you may have concluded that the middle and lower Middling card is not profitable for the preflop raiser, relatively. I talked about clasps like:
Even though the player in the position maintains the superiority of the great range, the benefits of nuts no longer benefit us. The difference between nut distribution (strongest hands in the range) becomes increasingly common because the paired card ranks down. When this happens, players who defend the position can begin to examine it very aggressively. By doing it he forced the player in the position to check back a lot of hands who could not contact better watches just check back and realize their equity. Hands that suffer from bets and grew up (thus most incentives to re-examine) are low-handed hands and the strongest KX hands (like kq and kj). These hands have a little fight value, they don’t deny a lot of equity, also doesn’t get value with bets. So, you must often check back with them.
Tips # 3 – Check – Aggressive Lift as a Defender
As I said at the previous end, you need to survive aggressively on a paired board when facing the aggression of Raiser Preflop. Just call a lot that is not enough. The player in a position will realize too much equity is detrimental to your own equity. The lower the partner, the more you will want to be checked because of the greater your bean advantage. Your increase range will be combined than polarized. The combined range consists of several middle hands, so whatever you think is good enough to call, you also have to raise time.
The concept you have to think here is a vulnerability. The more susceptible to his hand is, the more you want to check it to protect his equity. For example, this is the optimal defense of a large blindness to the open hoarding range at 8 8 4 After facing 33% C-BET pots (calculated by Piosolver):
You have to call with 30% of your reach and check it with 30% of your reach. Note that the check range does not only include trips (such as A8), but also vulnerable partners (such as 64 and 55) and cliffs (such as 97s). Failure to maintain this aggressively on paired boards can spend a lot of money in the long run!
Tips # 4 – C-bets aggressively out of the position when the Broadway card is paired
In general, against a tighter cold call range, you will want to play a very defensive strategy outside the position. However, when the flop has a broadway partner, you must use a very aggressive C-betting strategy. C-betting with all your ranks is often the right approach. This is the optimal response because you will have high bean advantages. Again, because the preflop caller does not have AK’s hands, AQ, type KQ because they are not 3-betting preflop.
Pro Tip: When you have the superiority range and nuts, you must use a very aggressive strategy.
Tips # 5 – Usually check your entire range when exiting the multi -way position
Complicated multi -way pot. There is no consensus on the best way to approach them because it can’t learn it with the help of breakers until recently. That being said, if we want to trust Pokersnowie, it seems best to hire a very defensive strategy when playing in a multi-pot. This is the right possible way to play because when some players struggle for pots, the possibility of one opponent holding a very strong type of hand increases dramatically. This means that your value range will be very convenient, which in turn means the blizzard range will also be very comfortable. In a multi-potted pot on a paired board, it is generally best to only play your entire reach as a check and realize your equity this way.
The paired board is easier to play for players who are in a position and are more difficult for players out of position. Be sure to put a lot of pressure regardless of whether you are a preflop aggressor or preflop defender. That’s all for this article! If you enjoy it and learn something new about the game, or if you have questions or feedback, tell me in the comments section below! Want to study on board types? Read 5 expert strategies for monotonous clasps.
Until 'next time, good luck, grinder!