Poker lesson 4: Interpreting Bet Sizing by Bill Elder(rus subs) admin March 18, 2014 Paul Wasicka Poker 2 Comments Paul Wasicka Video clip Rating: 5 / 5 Tagged Bill, Elderrus, Interpreting, lesson, POKER, Sizing, subs Post navigation Previous Previous post: Heads Up Poker Strategy: Big Pots – Bigger ReadsNext Next post: Poker software for phones 2 Comments Ragnabyte March 18, 2014 at 5:06 pm I’m not a poker Pro just yet, but I think I’m still in a position to partially disagree with Bill Elder here about non-standard preflop raising. Whenever I play my hands I often randomize between 2.5-, 3-, 3.5- and 4-betting, regardless of my cards. Once in a while I even just 2-bet or even 5-bet because I know it can create suspicion. Now, I’m not saying that my play is better, but it’s what I do and so it’s wrong to assume that I’m giving any special information from a differently betted hand. However, I am certain that Bill Elder is talking about commonalities here, and not absolutes. So I wouldn’t say he’s wrong. He’s probably correct 98% of the time. Dijin Issacjohn March 18, 2014 at 6:04 pm @rywxxlp yeah poker is my second income, i always start with a no deposit bonus. you can get 5 pounds to start playing go here: bit.ly/14w3ity?=ivyjkl Comments are closed.