Is a donk bet bad?
A Donk-Bet is a somewhat unorthodox bet made by an out of position player who was not the aggressor in the previous street. Donk-betting used to be one of the greatest sins a poker player could commit.
Why is it called a donk bet?
Then after the flop the player in the big blind leads out with a bet — called a “donk bet” because (as Nitsche explains) “usually inexperienced players would do it,” not realizing the importance of position when making that leading bet.
How do you handle a donk bet?
Against players who bet marginal made hands, figure out if they will fold to aggression. If they will, raise with all your bluffs and call all your better made hands. If they will not fold to aggression, raise with your best hands and call with your marginal made hands and draws.
What does Donk mean in poker?
What is Donk Bet in Poker? The term donk applies both to a specific poker action and to a specific type of poker player. Donk betting means to make a bet out of position when not the last aggressor on the previous betting round. The term donk is also used to describe a very bad poker.
What is a string bet in poker?
A bet (more typically a raise) in which a player doesn’t get all the chips required for the raise into the pot in one motion. Unless he verbally declared the raise, he can be forced to withdraw it and just call.
What is a 2 bet in poker?
Two-bet (or 2bet) refers to the second bet in a sequence. I.e. it’s a bet (1bet) followed by a raise (2bet). It’s worth remembering that in games with blinds (such as Hold’em and Omaha), the blinds count as the first bet on the preflop betting round.
What is a VIP in poker?
VIP stands for Very Important Person. The term is used in casinos as well as in everyday life, but regardless of the situation, it always has the same meaning. When it comes to casinos, in particular, VIP is used to refer to the most loyal players and those who bet big.
What is a high Vpip?
50% to 60% is ideal, assuming that you have a VPIP of 15% to 20%. Much higher, and you are probably overplaying speculative hands and bad hands, and bluffing too much. Much lower and you are not playing your good hands strongly postflop.
What is a shark in poker?
A “shark” is a highly skilled poker player. “Don’t play in that cash game, it’s full of sharks.” Weaker players are often referred to as “donkeys” or “fish.”
What is a whale in poker?
A high roller, also referred to as a whale or cheetah, is a gambler who consistently wagers large amounts of money. High rollers often receive lavish “comps” from casinos to lure them onto the gambling floors, such as free private jet transfers, limousine use and use of the casinos’ best suites.