How to Make a post-flop Play

Most players do not give much thought or care to their post-flop play and there are many reasons for this. The first and most obvious is that it’s just so “easy” to make a decision about what to do with your medium-sized (or similarly sized) stack. After all, you’re in the blinds, in late position, with a half-decent hand against maybe 4 other players. Most players don’t give much thought to their post-flop play because it’s so routine. But, what they fail to realize is that when they have a good post-flop play, it makes their decisions that much easier; allowing them to make more aggressive plays later in the game when they have the best hand, as opposed to makingretty much of their post-flop play decisions in the first few blind levels.

There are some players who are definitely capable of making excellent post-flop plays. These players will most often be able to improve their post-flop play because they have a very clear idea of how to approach the game and also exactly how to play their hands after making a decision. These players will also know a lot of advanced poker strategies, including how to put an opponent on a hand, what the ideal hand is, and the position that will allow them to play their cards in.

At the intermediate level, what a player has seen on TV and has read a book about Texas Hold’em probably isn’t quite up to par with how they actually play the poker88. They may know a few or many moves by now, but unless they are playing on TV in Restaurant and Golf Jaquee or something, they haven’t quite learned all there is to know about how to make a post-flop play smartly.

There are a few basic points though that you should have figured out by now and be able to say ‘ok, I have a post-flop play here’. Add to that your own experience of the game. You can turn what you know into strong post-flop plays by fine-tuning and then incorporating into your post-flop play when you are in a later position. Your position (and thus game) will also affect whether you are playing post-flop with a good hand or not.

So, that’s it. There are a few major functions to using poker position in your post-flop play. Armed with these functions, you can make strong post-flop plays. If you miss the flop too often, you change your post-flop play and are much less likely to be called or re-raised by players looking to get in cheap. If you don’t have a strong hand, you may want to check-check or bet strong when you have a monster hand to get a cheap flop.

If you think you have a post-flop play that can’t be handled well, don’t make a post-flop play. Great post-flop plays are few and far between and the few that happen are often the diamonds in the rough. Make a note about these players. There are ones that you will be able to Challenges. Don’t hesitate to do so if you find one. Don’t be afraid to call a bet when you have a decent hand. It’s usually money well spent.