Favorable and unfavorable outcomes in poker

Favorable and unfavorable outcomes in poker

So, often players do not understand what to do with the average hand on the flop and tour in a 3-bet bank, thereby losing a huge amount of money. Here you should remember one simple thing, if the opp puts you two barrels on the flop and the tour, and you have an average hand, suppose JT on the board J772, boldly dig your hand on the tour, of course there are exceptions when you are aggro-fish or wild reg, but this is a special case, if you take similar spots in a vacuum, then it’s better to throw cards in pass, this will save you money.
So I characterize what is happening at the table, relative to my hand, for me there are certain rules and a set of other factors, such as HUD, table dynamics, position, etc. at which I will take a further decision at the table.
What do I mean by these terms, “Favorable and Adverse Outcomes,” these are the situations when I have a medium-strength hand and throw it out at this stage of the hand will be too weak to play, and shove all-in means overplaying my hand, hence we have one option is to call in this street and wait for a positive or negative action from the opponent in relation to our hand. Strictly speaking, I mean such situations, when players tend to break their lines of the draw, then two bright examples, that you could understand what it’s about.
Such rallies at low limits occur quite often, people like to play a raze with a bluff or semi-bluff in one street and if they are called they surrender, thereby, as I call it, “break their line”, which they tried to crank. Therefore, if the opponent continues to play the turn, then we are most likely to be better off, as this outcome is not favorable and is unlikely to be awaited, something good on the river.
Using this approach, you limit yourself from unnecessary maneuvers in the early stages of distribution, and also learn how to throw your hand out in later streets when the opp will continue to bet.
Example: Suppose we have JT, we style with JO, reg calls and flops T 8 2, we put cbet and opp us check-riser, as I wrote a little higher, throwing at this stage will be too weak game, twisting means overplaying its hand, we must call and wait for a favorable outcome, that the Opp will break his started “strong line” by playing a check on the tour. (I’ll write about all the “strong lines”, just below in this article)