If a player is wild and playing a lot of hands, you should fold less against them. Conversely, if a player is super tight, barely entering a pot and suddenly wakes up with a big raise, you should almost certainly fold. For example, you've been playing a $2-$5 No-Limit Hold'em cash game for a few hours.
Anyway, how often do pro poker players fold?
Most fishy players quit too rarely, and they bring WAY too much junk to showdown. Your goal is to be in the middle. First, how often is too often? Of course, there is a large difference between folding 80% of the time, 50% of the time, and 25% of the time.
Aside from that, what is the opposite of fold in poker? After the first bet each player may "fold," which is to drop out of the hand losing any bets they have already made; "call," which is to match the highest bet so far made; or "raise," which is to increase the previous high bet.
Yet, what is the big blind and small blind in poker?
A: In poker, each seat at the table has a name, relative to the location to the button (dealer). For instance, the player directly to the left of the button is called the "small blind", while the player that is two left of the button (dealer) is called the "big blind".
How often should I fold preflop?
If you don't flop a flush or straight draw, two pair, or better, you should fold to any bet. Even if you make top pair with your K or Q, you should still fold if an opponent bets into you. If checked to you, you would usually bet top pair, but if you get raised, you should fold immediately.