How to bluff in poker

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One of the ways to improve the poker skill is to find as many ways as possible to continue the aggressive game. Then the opponents will have no other choice, besides how to fold the cards, regardless of the quality of the hands.
A continued bet on the flop is a useful move. If you bet too many flops and then lose on the turn, this can result in a big loss of money.
There is a fairly good opportunity to get out of a not very pleasant situation that promises a loss. To do this, you need to use the “scary” card as an overcard on the flop. This way you can continue to play aggressively. As a rule, an ace is a “scary” card. But instead, you can safely use and the lady or the king.
For example, an ace raises hand equity in a tournament and can cause a semi-bluff. Ace is able to create a strong pressure on an opponent, and he will play a lot more carelessly.
Sometimes playing problem hands is much easier than it seems.
Thanks to the overcard and its use during the turn, you can increase the winrate even if you have enough problematic hands. For example, the QJ game hand is an example of a classic problem situation. On it, many players limp, and then call to raise a player with a tight style of play. More money goes into the pot. This is done in order to complete the distribution of a loss on the average kicker.
But you can play this hand much more effectively. For example, it is worth starting with a raise. Open with a combination of QhJh, while receiving a caller. For example, we consider it necessary to go cbet, but in response we get a call. So, after that you should think about the second barrel. It can be placed on any ace, as well as the king. You can get a gattshot with a nine or ten nut straight. And with the help of any hearts, you can easily get a flush draw during a bankroll. At the same time consumed from the deck of 21 cards. There are still 26 cards in stock that will allow the aggression against the poker player to continue.