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The following exerpt is taken directly from the creator of Texas Hold ‘Em Secrets Exposed himself:
If you want to see people get pissed off check/raise them. Now not everyone is like that. Actually, it doesn’t bother me one iota.
However, for some it is like playing against the anti-Christ. They can’t stand it. I love doing it because it keeps them guessing. They may get upset and then what happens? They’re not thinking clearly and may place a big bet or go all-in. I love it! I’ve put more people out by check/raising then anything else.
When I’m check/raised it makes me think twice. But I don’t get upset. In fact, it helps me maintain a closer focus on what’s going on.
Check/Raise if you want to really see fireworks at a table. However, when done right you can take advantage of your opponent’s hostility.
When you get a good starting hand like AK or KQ does it ever seem like you can never win these hands due to a poor flop.
Let’s say you got KQ. Throw out a large bet, not just a small one that others will call simply to see the flop. That’s not what you want. The majority of the time when placing a large bet here most everyone will fold.
Then comes the flop, 4, 10, 7. This is usually not much help to anyone. So what do you do? Place a huge bet. Why? Because your opponent will put you on a pocket pair while they have nothing. They’ll fold.
There you go. You just stole a pot.
Every once in a while someone will call you or go over the top. Then it is time to reevaluate and move forward cautiously. The bottom line is to maximize your winnings you must be aggressive.
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