Remember aggression does not mean that we leave the brain power behind.
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Getting solid notes such as "over-bet pot with weak hand "folds to 4 BB raise" or "bet pot when checked to multiple times" will give you a huge edge in a game, assuming your opponent isn't observant to the same degree as you.
This dynamic means time isn't a luxury you can afford, and it's the reason you have to open up your range and play more hands.So to recap on this introduction to Heads up play.Essentially, sage is a shorthand memory trick that helps you determine if a hand is an unexploitable shove or call.It is up to you what information you want to send out and what you want to represent with your actions, whether you want to send information to your opponent that suggests you have a strong hand, even when you dont, or whether you want.You want to either end the hand pre-flop, or end it with a solid continuation-bet on the flop should your opponent call your pre-flop bet.Which hands you do this with depends on the tendencies of your opponent.
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Using Nash's theories, you can make moves which, theoretically, can't be exploited mathematically.
When playing poker online in a standard single-table sit go, for example, the payouts typically have 50 percent of the prize pool go to the winner and 30 percent to the runner-up.If you can work on the above three points and master them then you will have a massive advantage when you find yourself in heads up play.One thing you can use to your advantage while playing against any player, not only an aggressive one is that they will have cards worse than what you hold nearly half the time, so do plan your next course of action properly and you could.The strategy involved in this game format is entirely different from the multi-player table tournaments.Essentially, you'll see a lot more rag hands, high cards and bluffs taking pots heads.
The aim is to carry on winning all the small pots, and larger pots where possible, but to avoid taking that big hit, by not running into your opponents trap who may be using your aggressive play to draw you deep into a hand when.