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CLP Podcast No.109: When is it good to bluff?

BartBart Posts: 5,831AdministratorLeadPro
edited November 2014 in Crush Live Poker podcast
In this episode Bart reviews situations that demonstrate good bluffing spots. Usually this has to do with not showing aggression with draws on the flop which lead to profitable river bluffs since opponents find it difficult to put you on a hand due to the lack of early street semi bluff action. Episode posts at 4PM PT.

Threads about specific hands are listed here:

http://www.crushlivepoker.com/forums/discussion/4075/what-to-do-vs-this-villain#Item_5

http://www.crushlivepoker.com/forums/discussion/4057/what-do-you-call-here-with#Item_23

http://www.crushlivepoker.com/podcasts/when-is-it-good-to-bluff
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  • chilidog Posts: 2,427Subscriber
    Q on results of 56cc hand: board is A89c-2c-8.
    I believe you decided bluffing was best option on river especially since his hand looks like a missed draw, but you didn't (at least that I heard) mention what you thought about sizing. I was thinking $205, which also might get some folds from a weak ace now that his kicker doesn't play.
  • BigLarry Posts: 86SubscriberProfessional
    Yeah chilidog I was thinking the same thing. Bart, you never finished your thoughts on the hand. I was thinking that I would have to bet the right amount to fold out higher clubs and a 9 that was hero-ing me on turn (I think all Aces are calling us down because we checked flop so I dont think it's optimal to try to bet any more to fold out the weak ace) I dont remember pot size but I remember thinking a bet of $175 to $200 would be optimal so I guess pot size was probably $450 - $500..

    Very good podcast......thanks Bart.

    Larry
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