The Hendon Mob

So you’re bluffing suspect, not out for the diamond for color. Cloud computing oftentimes addresses this issue. So, if you bet here, you may then call with weaker hands than yours, like JT, QT or even 99 or A7. Anyway, there is still possibility that you have the color of clover, so your opponent probably will not raise with a hand like AT, JJ or even a set. On the other hand, if you pass, your opponent can bet on the river those hands and you have to pay, because you think you may be doing a small value bet with a weak hand like QT. The trick here is to bet a little less than what your opponent might bet if you had gone and he had better hand.

Betting just under your hand, take it to showdown more cheaply against couples of tens better or sets, and can, in turn, cause the call with weaker hands that would otherwise have checked. Your bet makes sense whether you’re ahead or you’re behind. If your opponent raisea can be pretty sure that you have won and you can pull (unless it is a daring opponent who farolearia in that situation) having obtained good information about the strength of your hand with minimal cost. Please note that this is the type of bet you want to do when you’re pretty sure your opponent has some sort of hand that you have a decent chance of winning and you do not bluff if you check. In situations where your opponent can take a project is not completed and bluff, it is often more profitable to check and call your bluff. For example, you can go and pay in the same situation with T9 or 99 against a opponent who bluffs a lot. There are not many worse hands (if any) to pay your opponent if you beat your rival and could check some of the best marginal hands like JT or QT. The idea in this situation is to lose less betting against better hands while you get something of value from your opponents’ bluffs Source: The Hendon Mob.