NL2 SH - how to adjust postflop OOP and 3-way or more

    • LacsapR
      Joined: 14.07.2011 Posts: 98
      I just started again to play poker now since I've stoped about 5 years ago. For the first time ever I'll try to play NL 6max as in the past I only played sit and go.

      For now I'm playing the very basic strategy. I've played about 1.000 hands so far, down about 2 stacks..hope to improve.
      I Have a question about the strategy. How do we adjust our play post-flop play when we are more than 2 players (3- or more handed)? As learned in session 2 we have to contibet every hand in position if our enemy checks to we have to play different if there are more players involved? So far I also did my condibet, but for now it didn't work out really I have a hand for example.
      Next question: how do we adjust our play when we are out op position (2-handed or more)? Do I still go on contibetting? Or check?

      Thanks in advance for your help.
  • 2 replies
    • pdfbq
      Joined: 23.05.2008 Posts: 176
      Hi! I also did not play for about 5 years and started again this year but I played cash games back then to. I play 2NL.

      1: NO!! :) do not cbet all! For example, if you hav AK IP and the flop is 6h7h8s them SB and BB's out there probably did hit their hand. Checking back is I think OK because a) You might have the best hand anyways but its a small hand. b) You have 6 outs.
      2: In a multi way pot rule 1 gets exponential important.

      Very simple strategy I like to play: Avoid at all cost to play OOP. Fold against massive aggression without the (almost) nuts.

      Good luck!
    • SDK1987
      Joined: 12.11.2008 Posts: 35,880
      I have moved your thread to our NL board, because this isn’t a hand.
      I would only betting for value if we would end multi way post-flop.