Why Position is more Important in NL

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Posted on Oct 24th 2006  -  Subject: Why Position is more Important in NL
-In NL, sheck-raising occurs much less frequently. In limit, you often check-raise to create on favorable pot odds for you opponents. In NL, you can creat whatever pot odds you like without risking free cards. -Setting and avoiding traps are much more important in NL, and they are much easier to do with position. -Your NL results depend primarily on a few large pots, and you want more information before making decisions that can double you up or bust you.
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Position is also very important in limit regarding the hand selection! KJ
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What you mean by "free cards"?
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What you mean by "free cards"?
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What you mean by "free cards"?
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Posted on May 29th 2007
A free card would be one that you didnt have to pay to see. You got checked around to therefor if you check it is a free card. In limit it is not really free, just cheaper if you can check raise getting them to check the turn to you therefor paying one small bet to see the river instead of a full bet that would be made on the turn to see the river card. What you mean by "free cards"?
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