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Old Aug 25, 2013, 10:05am   #4
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One potentially profitable maneuver in tournament poker is to misinterprete the action, get everything wrong, put a lot of chips in at the wrong moment and get saved by a weird suck-out win. (If you try this in cash games you will lose your
bankroll)

The best moments to setup for a suck-out win are apparently preflop and occasionally on the flop (for example open-ended straight draws). On the turn and river you usually have to play poker instead of lotteries where the gain can be big but the probability to win is low.


(omg I posted on Ptips, there is something groundbreaking going on)
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