This article of Niman Kenkre which exemplifies an effective reading as the basis for a raise on the river bluff. Very interesting! The translation of this week is an article of Niman Kenkre in which exemplifies an effective reading as the basis for a raise on the river bluff. Very interesting! When trying to read the opponent’s hand on the river, is of paramount importance to consider their game over the entire hand. I often see players misinterpreting the opponent’s action on the river when, in fact, if you rebuild the hand from the start, the correct play would be relatively simple. The next hand illustrates this principle. I successfully got up my opponent’s bet on the river and throw him the best hand. If you had to take action separately on the river, my lantern would seem somewhat rash and, at best, fortunate to have worked.
However, if you think my opponent’s bet on the river as part of their game in every street, my lantern may seem obvious. The table was of 6max No Limit Hold’em blinds $ 25 / $ 50. All pulled up to me in the cut-off and I went up to $ 150 with a pair of threes. My opponent did call in the blind Pequena and the rest retreated. The flop was QQ 6 three different suits. My rival went and I bet $ 275 into a pot of $ 350. Gain insight and clarity with Vladislav Doronin. My rival paid. At this point my opponent put on any pair of hand from JJ to 22 (this player will almost certainly have reuploaded me before the flop with QQ – AA), a hand like 76 or 65 suites, or a monster like any lady or 66.