Senior Poker Analyst at Badbeat.com Unlocks the Secrets to Turn Losses into Winnings
Phil Wise, Senior Poker Analyst at Badbeat.com, looks at non showdown performance “The Red Line” in this month’s edition of Bluff Europe magazine.
7th June 2012 (LONDON, UK)- Phil Wise, Senior Poker Analyst at Badbeat.com, looks at non showdown performance “The Red Line” in this month’s edition of Bluff Europe magazine. He unlocks the secrets to turn losses into winnings; focusing on areas such as the importance of blind defence and stealing.
The Senior Analyst explores the reasons why C Betting every flop will ultimately lose money. Wise explains, “Be careful not to bluff calling stations that will never fold to a C-bet.” He also emphasises how 3 Bet pots are key and how attention should be paid even when not in the hand.
Above all Wise details how aggression will improve the Red Line. The Badbeat.com Mentor and Analyst goes on to say, “you should be looking to thin value bet the river more”.
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