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Old Dec 11, 2004, 4:37pm   #1
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Let me start by saying that I think of myself as a fairly tight player. I play NL Holdem with a group of about 10 friends. These 10 guys are pretty new to poker, and don't play well at all. Does this mean I should start playing more hands? I think if I do so, I can bluff guys out of some pots, and take home more money at the end of the night. Is this true? Should I play more hands against less skilled players?
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Old Dec 11, 2004, 5:48pm   #2
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no, less skilled players tend to be calling stations, making them harder to bluff. alot of beginners will call down to the river with middle pair cause they think its good.
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