Short Handed Texas Holdem – 3 Short Handed Post Flop Tips

Are you struggling to consistently and easily win when playing short handed Texas Holdem? Then read these new post flop tips for short handed games now.

It’s not important if you are a new player or if you have been playing for a while, whether you play in tournaments or in cash games, I know that you, like me, need to know how to play short handed Texas Holdem post flop. That’s why these short handed post flop tips are going to be very useful for you.

Playing post flop can be hard at even the best of times. Most players struggle quite a bit knowing what to do after the flop and this can cost them a lot of chips.

How would it feel if your post-flop reading skills were so good you knew the absolute perfect move to make each time? Think about how much easier it would be to win. Well that’s what you’re going to be doing once you read all of this articles tips. Plus don’t miss out on the extra bonus tip at the end.

Short Handed Post Flop Tip #1

Remember, like with all flops, with two different hole cards you will only hit a pair one third of the time. Don’t forget that this is true for your opponents too. Maintain aggression and using continuation bets always have more weight at short handed tables.

Short Handed Post Flop Tip #2

Beware that because everyone will be focusing on each others play styles even more than normal, check raises are often more obvious short handed.

However, one strategy is to do check raises with quite weak hands so you are called the next time you check-raise when you’re holding a monster.

Like always, my advice is to just stick with aggression and not bother with check raises unless you really know what you are doing.

Short Handed Post Flop Tip #3

Realize that middle pairs are more likely to win by themselves short handed than in a full table. Although they are still dangerous sometimes your opponent won’t hit at all and all that is required is a pair.

This isn’t to say they will always work, but just consider them a little more.

Imagine feeling completely sure you knew exactly what to do post flop in a short handed Texas Holdem game. You are determined, and it feels certain. You are thinking you are going to win no matter what and no one can stop you.

I know you are becoming more aware of how helpful this article has been for you, and that learning more secrets will really help you succeed.

So please persist in experiencing the feeling of energetic prying and learning, the feeling that makes you want to dig up whatever you can on Holdem – and always act on your findings. Because whenever you do you are acting out on your goal of being a successful poker player. And every time you don’t you are moving away from your goal of becoming a successful poker player.

To Your Luck And Skill,

Alex Bannon

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