The Poker Basics Of Bluffing Like A Pro | SplitSuit Strategy

One of the most crucial poker basics a player can have is the ability to bluff. Bluffing allows you to pick up pots with weak cards, apply pressure to players who fold too much, and become tougher to read overall. Sure, any ‘ol goofball can win a pot with a kamikaze bluff that happens to work ONCE…but we want a system for finding profitable bluffs in every session and against a wide array of player types.

In order to find & run more bluffs, you need to first understand the basics of bluffing. So SplitSuit breaks down the 4 key principles of bluffing to help you spot opportunities and have the confidence that your play will net you money in the long run. And if used properly, you can use these same concepts to get rid of any bluffing tendencies that are actually costing you chips at the end of the day!

Basically, with a little bit of math (including 3 numbers you can memorize today) and some off-table practice, you’ll have a stronger foundation for finding +EV spots in real-time. And don’t worry if things feel a bit overwhelming at first…that feeling subsides as your hand reading skills improve and your ability to eyeball the math at the table increases.

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