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    Identifying spots to bluff in cash games

    Ok one thing that costs me sometimes in cash games is bluffing at the wrong time. For instance i play a lot of 6 handed .05/.10 nlhe and the button is a hot position to raise w/ any 2 cards. How can i decipher when he has something vs when he doesnt.

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    i bluffing wen the gay show week bet ,wen i now gay bluff to much so i bluff him end never continue to bluf wen someone call your 2 big reise

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakreni12 View Post
    i bluffing wen the gay show week bet ,wen i now gay bluff to much so i bluff him end never continue to bluf wen someone call your 2 big reise
    Is this English? Seriously...WTF is this supposed to mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roebuck212 View Post
    Ok one thing that costs me sometimes in cash games is bluffing at the wrong time. For instance i play a lot of 6 handed .05/.10 nlhe and the button is a hot position to raise w/ any 2 cards. How can i decipher when he has something vs when he doesnt.
    To answer your question in English: At those microstakes, you shouldn't bluff at all; people tend to call you down with bottom pair.

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    I think that one thing to consider in this situation is often the raises is raising.. are they loose/aggressive? You may be able to push them off there marginal hand preflop.. you want to observe the players actions or use a tracker of sorts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rivdee View Post
    To answer your question in English: At those microstakes, you shouldn't bluff at all; people tend to call you down with bottom pair.
    I agree with rivdee. Unless you are playing against someone who is actually capable of folding some garbage bottom pair hand, bluffing is useless.

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    If you successfully trap by check raising one time and show down a big hand the check raise bluff works very good after that.

    #NiggasInParis

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    When playing 5/10c you really shouldn't bluff at all. It's a good game to be aggressive preflop 6 handed then maybe a c bet. Just wait for your spots and you should be able to destroy that game.

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    Know your opponent. I wouldn't try to bluff unless u have hand history with your opponent. Even then people are capable of changing their style of play. Bluff less and trap more would be the best IMO.

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    We all have that day where we just can't seem to get away with a bluff to save our lives.

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