There are several rules that will help to read the combination in the hands of opponents.
To defeat an opponent, you need to think like him, get into his skin. It is important to understand how good your opponent is in the game, and then reading the cards will become much easier.
An experienced opponent will try to play according to a winning strategy in poker, so his ranges in pre-flop are easy to calculate, since they are similar in many poker players.
The first thing we look at is the statistics of our opponent Hold’em Manager 2 and notes to help. Notes are the player’s notes about his rivals for the already played hands. But the notes can see everything, but we need something weightier to stand out from the crowd and finally start winning. Here are a few tips to help read the opponent’s hand.
Rate amount
Experienced poker players do not want to betray themselves, because the size of the bet does not change, no matter how strong or weak their hands are.
But recreational players behave differently. The bigger the bet, the stronger the combination, and vice versa. This is one of the indicators that helps to read the hand of the opponent.
Consider the situation. Suppose a player makes a small bet on the part of the fish in the multi-stream. Yes, he directly “shouts” to us that his hand is weak! For example, there is a bank of 10 dollars in which four players participate.
A two-dollar bet after 3 checks is an indicator of bluff from the poker player. But sometimes a player in this way can be lured by small bets to the bank, having strong cards. This is usually done postflop, when the poker player has a ready combination.
Speed ​​decisions
This is a very important indicator. But you need to use it for reading wisely. If you interpret this information incorrectly, you can read the opposite.
For example, if a player makes decisions slowly, with a big raise, this does not mean that he is bluffing. Usually, this method is resorted to by those players who want to hide the power of their cards. In order to correctly guess the strength of the hands, you need to refer to the statistics of the player. Without statistics anywhere!
If a player goes into an automatic raise after any bet (a raise with a bet raise all mark), then his hand is strong. This is usually experienced players who play at multiple tables. So if you see such a player, and your hand is weak, then immediately go into the pass.