8 Texas Holdem All-IN Strategy on Exclusive Advanced Moves
We will introduce the remaining 4 all-in skills today so that you can have a complete understanding of all-in and use it in your game. Texas Holdem Strategy on ALL-IN strategy is what we will be talking about today, click to read more.
8 Texas Holdem Strategy Advanced Moves Game Introduction
Do you still remember the skills I share last time in the last episode of 8 Texas Hold’em all-in moves?
Some of the skills we shared last time might be a little hard to comprehend, yet that’s the progress of learning. Breaking the obstacles one at a time so you can improve.
We will introduce the remaining 4 all-in skills today so that you can have a complete understanding of all-in and use it in your game.
Texas Holdem Skill 5: If you are poor, you aren’t persuasive!
In episode 2, we will be covering the skills that you can use when your stake is less than others since we’ve shared the skills you can use when your stake is more than the others in the last episode.
The key point is this: when you are behind, don’t go all-in unless you are certain.
Simple reasons, since we don’t know how many players who joined the flop would call out a bet, nor do we know the entire stake of every opponent, if we go all in when we have less stake, then others may call our all-in easily.
That way our fewer hands won’t surf as bluffs but as gifts to our opponents. Therefore when we are behind, be patient and go all in when you have a hand.
Texas Holdem Skill 6: Leave no regrets once you’ve made up your mind.
Let’s extend the concept of skill 5 a bit further. Since we’ve mentioned that we don’t suggest going all-in when we have fewer stakes.
Then how should we turn the table around? Well, we didn’t mean that you shouldn’t go all-in with every hand. It’s actually about the timing we choose to go all in.
With less stake, people tend to call your all-in easier, so when you are holding a strong hand, you are in favor of others to call your all-in.
So the 6th skill we are sharing is going all-in with big hands. If we always stay passive and never go all-in, we will eventually run out of chips due to the blinds.
So going all-in when we have a strong hand pre-flop is the best option and opportunity. Let others think less and call us lightly so that we can win the entire stake amount from them.
Once we have done that then our stake size will increase rapidly.
Texas Holdem Skill 7: Go all the way every time!
There’s more to utilize when your stake size is behind. The 7th skill is about how you can utilize every move before going all-in against your opponents.
The concept is raised before you go all-in. Some may ask why should we do so since we are already the short-stake on the table.
Indeed since we don’t have much left, we should be following what skills 5 and 6 taught us, though if we wish to fully gain the advantage of the short stake, we must do what the 7th skill has told us to do.
This is a very aggressive move in Hold’em, since we are the short stake, we are the target of all our opponents. So once we get the other’s attention, we can use it and make every move of ours count.
When we see the flop, we can bet a normal amount and then raise it once others have raised it.
Due to the fact that few players will fold to our short stake, we can easily go all in when we hold a strong or high potential hand.
Texas Holdem Skill 8: Be as extreme as you can be!
What do we mean extreme here? It’s just like in the movie mission impossible, Tom Cruise is always trying the most unique way to break through when it seems hopeless at the time.
It’s the same thing in Hold’em, when we have no way to go but front, then we should go with it and don’t look back.
The eighth skill we are sharing here is to be as extreme as you can be when we are playing with sharks.
There are a lot of talented players in poker who are good at math, game reading, adaptability, and memory. They can survive till now due to they’ve been calm and made decisions based on facts.
Though these sharks still have weaknesses, and that’s provoking.
Simply speaking, when we are going all-in, we need to know the type of players we are going against, if we are against a fish, then we have nothing to worry about.
Though if we are against the sharks, then we have to provoke them one step at a time, by calling previously and then raising at the end, so that they can only decide whether our storyline makes sense once we go all in.
That’s all for today, I believe that after reading all 8 techniques of All-in skills, you must understand the game a lot better and deeper.
To be frank, the game is so deep that there’s aren’t a fixed layer of player class, only the ones who are calm and wise will be able to adjust to whatever is coming.
Hope you all enjoy the article. I will see you next time.