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Give Up Bad Hand Is Victory

    • jayjoekuakua
      Joined: 27.09.2014 Posts: 19
      Many beginners in the case of obviously has been defeated, is not willing to give up some cards. For example, your hand is Q and 2, 5, 6, 3, the community cards are 5,、6、3、?、 ?. This flip is referred to as the "rainbow", means 3 cards which are very scattered, neither can add up straight cards nor suited. There are some players will want to flip a Q below, the idea is very good, but you have to calculate the probability. And even if you have a pair of Q, others may also have two, or three. Such a thought, you should give up before others raise the chips, so that you will not lose more.

      Good players in judging their defeat, decisively fold their cards. Paying attention to the opponent's actions, if the raising is more, and the opponent is not the sort of crazy players, you should give up the cards that are not big enough.

      But, you must not fold casually .If you think your hand is not good, but others don’t raise, you only need to give up. Even rotten hand cards have the opportunity to add up to big, you have a pair of three, for example, you feel hopeless, gave up, the community cards appeared a 3, as soon as you gather together into three 3, while others also failed to gather together into a larger card type.

      Learn to determine when to give up when to insist, give up hopeless even though you have put in much, insist on the cards that with big hope, it's not difficult to win money.
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