May 26, 2022

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PAIRED BOARDS: A Common Bluffing Mistake!

2 min read

Paired boards are special textures where your opponents tend to react in one of two ways. Either they go crazy because "you can’t possibly have a big hand here", or they get super cautious because "well, you could have a big hand here." Knowing which type of player you’re up against will massively impact your overall plan in a hand.

In this video, James "SplitSuit" Sweeney reviews a hand from VLOG #3. The flop comes out paired, and oddly enough, the turn double pairs the board. Should we continue firing or pump the brakes and try to hit our draw for free? When facing a bet on the river, would bluff shoving be profitable? And what does the GTO solver prefer here? Let’s review it all in this in-depth video.

00:00 Good Morning
00:30 Preflop With QJs
01:07 Flop Cbet On Paired Flop
01:43 How Often Paired Flops Happen
02:58 GTO Solvers On Paired Boards
06:01 Exploitative Analysis On Paired Textures
09:43 Double Paired Board River Play
12:24 Bluff Analysis On Paired Boards
15:13 Study More Spots Like This

*THE POSTFLOP POKER WORKBOOK*
https://www.splitsuit.com/postflop-poker-workbook

*RELATED LINKS*
· VLOG Episode #3 (Full Version): https://youtu.be/-t5r3y3hmhk
· Paired Boards Strategy: https://www.splitsuit.com/poker-paired-boards-textures
· Breakeven Percentage: https://www.splitsuit.com/simple-poker-bluff-math
· Pot Odds: https://www.splitsuit.com/easy-poker-pot-odds

*SOFTWARE & TOOLS FROM THIS VIDEO*
· GTO+ Solver: https://redchippoker.com/gto-solver-bundle
· Flopzilla Pro: https://www.splitsuit.com/flopzilla
· Spreadsheet Pack: https://www.splitsuit.com/free-poker-spreadsheets

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