Slow-playing implies that you have an exceptionally solid hand and are playing as though it was average to keep players in the game. Checking when no one wagers or simply calling when another person has wagered are ordinary sluggish play moves.
* However, this move ought to be played cautiously. Numerous novice players will in general utilize it time after time, which gives different players a benefit.
* You should slow-play just when:
1. Your hand is extremely impressive and by wagering or raising you will drive all or the vast majority of the players out of the game.
2. The possibility that the following card will give another player a preferable hand over yours is little.
3. The possibility that the following card will give another player the subsequent best hand is generally high.
4. The pot is moderately little.
* Examples: on the off chance that you hold QQ and the failure is Q73, slow-playing would be the best move since it applies to all standards referenced previously.
* If you hold Ah, Qd, or even AA and the lemon is Ac Qc and 9 you should feel free to wager on the grounds that the following card could improve somebody’s hand than yours (flush or straight) and you would prefer not to give a free card to a player that would have in any case paid.
* Slow playing is exceptionally intriguing and fun: you have an excellent hand and you can conceal your solidarity, having the option to conceal it is extremely hot, however, watch out: this methodology is less beneficial than wagering a large portion of the occasions.