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Strategy: S’n’G / Tournaments. Bet sizing – How much to bet and why?. Introduction. Bet sizing = The size of the bet. Determining factors: The board The S ize of the pot S tack sizes N umber of opponents H istory of the hand I mages. What are you trying to accomplish with your bet?.

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Strategy: S’n’G / Tournaments

Bet sizing – How much to bet and why?

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Introduction

  • Bet sizing = The size of the bet
  • Determining factors:
    • The board
    • The Size of the pot
    • Stack sizes
    • Number of opponents
    • History of the hand
    • Images
  • What are you trying to accomplish with your bet?
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Factors that influence a bet

  • The community cards
    • How strong is my hand?
    • What hands does the board improve?
  • The size of the pot
    • The bet‘s size relative to the pot
    • Pot-size = the whole pot
    • ½ Pot-size = half the pot
  • The size of the stacks
    • Watching the stack sizes in relation to the pot
    • When are you pot-commited?
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Factors that influence a bet

  • The number of opponents
    • Does the hand need protection?
    • Does a continuation bet make any sense?
  • History of the hand
    • Has the oppoent shown strength/weakness?
  • Images
    • How aggressive have you been?
    • What kind opponent are you facing?
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What are you trying to accomplish with your bet?

  • Maximizing value
  • Continuation betting
  • Where do you stand?
  • Block betting
  • Protecting your hand
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Maximing Value

  • Maximizing value = winning the most possible chips.
    • Watching the stack sizes in relation to the pot
    • Big bets easily scare
    • Checking shows weakness
  • Influence of the other factors
    • Possibility for draws
    • Your image
    • The opponent‘s playin style
  • Flop (Pot 285)
    • Villian checks
    • Hero bets 150
    • Villian folds
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Continuation betting

  • Continuation betting - Betting on the flop without a strong hand
    • Taking advantage of your pre-flop aggression
    • Ususally 1/2 to 2/3 pot-size
  • Influence of the other factors
    • Paying attention to the community cards
    • The opponent‘s playing-style
    • Stack sizes
  • Flop (Pot 170)
    • Villian checks
    • Hero bets 120
    • Villian calls 120
  • Turn (Pot 410)
    • Villian checks
    • Hero checks
  • River (Pot 410)
    • Villian checks
    • Hero checks
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Finding out where you stand

  • Finding out where you stand
    • Partially hit the flop
    • Betting to extract information from the opponent
  • Influence of the other factors
    • Number of opponents / Possibilities for draws
    • The opponent‘s playing-style
    • Stack sizes
  • Flop (Pot 325)
    • Villian checks
    • Hero bets 200
    • Villian folds
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Block betting

  • Block betting = keeping the opponent in check
    • Seeing the next card / the show down for as little as possible
    • Playing a draw favourably
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Protecting

  • Protecting your hand
    • Protecting your (strong) hands against draws
    • Forcing the opponent to make mathematical mistakes
  • River (Pot 1650)
    • Villian checks
    • Hero checks
  • Turn (Pot 610)
    • Villian checks
    • Hero bets 520
    • Villian calls 520
  • Flop (Pot 290)
    • Villian checks
    • Hero bets 160
    • Villian calls 160
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Summary

  • Dependant on different factors
    • Community cards
    • Size of the pot
    • Stack sizes
    • Number of opponents
    • History of the hand
    • Images
  • The goal of the bet is crucial

Good luck!