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Slow Horse Luke Review

"princyjohn" (2017-10-21)

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Interestingly, although people will bluff often Slow Horse Luke against people they consider to be rocks, and less often against good player, which both make sense, they won't bluff less against loose players, even though they are more likely to call. This stems from the fact that most people tend to group together these first two categories. However this is obviously a huge mistake, as bluffing a loose or poor player is rarely profitable. The most important thing about table image is not specifically what it is, but more significantly knowing what it is. It doesn't matter if people think you're a fish, or loose, or tight, as long as you know which it is, and play accordingly.

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