It is one of those remarkable events, it can happen in free online poker games and high stakes the equivalent, when you have J-9, for example, and you flop J-J-9 You check, and your foe bets, you call. Turn comes a 6, you check again, and your enemy bets. You call. Stream comes a 2. You check for the last time, your opponent bets a significant total which could be even an in without any reservations, by then you call. You finally reveal your monster J-9 against your opponent’s, state, 9-7.
Commonly with strong made hands like A-K in a lemon of A-10-3 we bet powerfully with the assumption that our opponents will take that for a pretend and play back, or that they will put us on a draw and call us, or that they have a showdown quality hand which is not adequate for our hand and a while later call us. Or then again that they will be not prepared to call with their draw say, K-Q and overlay. Regardless, with amazingly strong made hands, especially on the Flop, like the J-9 model above, we can slow play. As such, we play inactively on the assumption that our opponent will be solidly so we can eliminate a huge part of their chips.
Note that with a J-9 in the J-J-9 Flop, our QQ Online checks may mean, that we probably would not have anything, or we may have as of late a draw say, Q-10 so they will bet on the assumption that they will drive out our draw. They cannot. Our hand looks like an erect figure as of now that is practically hard to devastate. The 9-7 our adversary has is enough reasonable for take to buktiqq. However, with the previously mentioned, what we genuinely need our adversary to have is the Q-10. Our check may suggest that we may have nothing so they may check close by us or semi-pretend with the open-end Straight draw. We call.
Is there any valid fiction why we would not do similarly with, say, A-J? Since with A-J, we have simply Trips, and we would favor not to give our enemy free cards to complete a Straight that can execute off our Trips. So we bet huge, or raise tremendous and believe that the opponent folds, or potentially put your enemy in the messed up condition of calling without satisfactory pot possibilities. Regardless, with J-9, we can play it continuously. Since, assuming that your foe hits his Straight, by then he will be tremendous, so you can raise him. Moreover, it rises to all-ins and calls and in a jiffy all or most of his chips is yours.