Balancing Your Range

Annette Obrestad

Whenever you're in a hand, you should always be adding up information and trying to put your opponent on a range.

Many players, however, neglect to think about their own range or perceived range.

This is a mistake. Unless you're playing with complete droolers, your opponent is going to be trying to you profit.

In short: avoid playing any one type of hand a single way; instead make sure that every play you make could have a variety of meanings.

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