ALL NEW STRATEGY FOR LOTTO PLAYERS...

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ALL NEW STRATEGY FOR LOTTO PLAYERS...

Postby Woung1974 » Sat Nov 12, 2005 3:44 pm

ALL NEW STRATEGY FOR LOTTO PLAYERS

(THIS IS FOR LOTTO PLAYERS ONLY, not intended for rocks or Poker Pros)

WATCH THE COMMUNITY CARDS/WATCH YOUR OPPONENTS!

FLop 482 OPPON. BETS!
--IF YOU HAVE HIGH CARDS... 67% a agressive player is raising with Only "ACE OR FACE HIGH"

First FOLD and ----*"Politely"*---- ask them to show.


If they say ANYTHING, remember it...
if they show remember what they show...

EXAMPLE:

Flop  4 8 2 Opponent bets 100 200 300 or 80 FOLD and ASK POLITELY, would you please show me?

RESPONSE 1: I HAD IT or I HAD YOU = Ace High Or Low Pair Ace Kicker
RESPONSE 2: SHOWED 222 = "TIGHT PLAYER"
RESPONSE 3: -NOTHING-     = 8844, 444, 22A, A3 or A5

NOW WHAT TO DO WITH REPONSE INFO...

R1 = fold till you get AK AQ or 88
R2 = RERAISE WITH ANY 2 PAIR
R3 = Call with Straight or Flush Draw hands

(THIS IS FOR LOTTO PLAYERS ONLY, not intended for rocks or Poker Pros)
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Postby Alicibuse » Sun Nov 13, 2005 6:10 pm

I have a hard time believing anything anyone says without proof.  So if they don't show, I don't consider what they say to have any merit.  Also, I never show cards when requested (that's not to say I don't ever show.  Just I don't show when requested.)  Showing cards is to help my game, not yours.  And if you ask to see, you must feel you can help your game by doing so.  With that in mind, I never ask to see another players hand.  Asking in itself can give away part of your own game, and could hurt you when you take time to consider plays in later hands (based on what the person told you, you could be swaying your decision on vague info.)

All that being said, I have to say, I'm really bad at reading other people and determining what they have.  I simply play my own game.  I either have the hand, and bet like I have it.  Or I decide to bluff, and make an early decision on how much I'm will to chance on the bluff.  It may hurt my game in the long run, but too many times have I guessed wrong on what my opponent had, and lost the hand.
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Postby Fitte1996 » Sun Nov 13, 2005 7:11 pm

Lotto?
Alicibuse
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Postby Alicibuse » Sun Nov 13, 2005 9:01 pm

why did you need two posts to ask one question? oh, trying to make your 3 required posts ;)

By 'Lotto Player' I think he means a player who is willing to take a big risk for big payoff.
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Postby Dientiong » Mon Nov 14, 2005 10:50 pm

Shimmer, this is actually pretty funny.  In a way, it is kind of like saying "Hey Morons, I have agreat strategy for you" without actually calling them morons.  Funny.

Horks:  I deleted one of the two posts.

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