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Game Plan (7): Barrelling Frequencies: River

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If you are in position on the river, whether with a strong or a weak hand, it isn't always clear whether you should bet or check behind. In the lesson "Barrelling Frequencies" you have already got to know four factors that influence your betting frequency. However, factor 2: draw potential and factor 4: playability are not applicable on the river, and this simplification means you can define your betting frequency using factor 1: bet size and factor 3: favourable boards. In this lesson you will learn how to construct your river betting range using these two factors.

If you are in position on the river, you can use Barrelling Frequencies: River (BFR) to determine which hands to bet with, or which to check behind.

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Comments (2)

#1 Liliya, 31 Jan 14 14:59

Hi all<br /> Please enjoy the seventh lesson of the "Game Plan" module - "Barrelling Frequencies: River".<br /> <br /> If you have any questions or comments please join the Discussion in the forum here: http://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/thread.php?threadid=261521

#2 hassux, 25 Jan 16 21:21

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