A Preflop Caller (PFC) is any player that calls a preflop raise. For example, let’s say you’re in the cutoffposition in a $1/$2 No Limit Hold’em game, and the player in the LoJack raises to $10. If you decide to call the raise of $10, you are the preflop caller, or the PFC.
The text below is based on the video above. Most poker players misplay monotone flops (a flop with three cards of the same suit). This is likely because they are under-researched. When poker players study, they […]
Being out of position sucks, but it sucks a lot less when your opponent checks back on the flop. Not only does your opponent's check allow you to see a free card, it also gives you the opportunity to probe bet. To help you probe bet better [...]