Tips from the Great Dane teach us how to gain control of the board by the way we bet. We also learn here about scary flops; pairs, straights, or flushes on the flop are dangerous but they can work to your advantage if you play with an attitude. Be the aggressor and you’ll likely intimidate your opponents by making them think that there are too many outs that can beat them if they don’t have anything and you can steal the pot.
I tried out these tips in the last tournament I played and they worked like a charm. I had a 7 – 2 , the flop was q-q-10, I bet heavily and everyone folded. It’s a matter of playing aggressively at the right time and when you do, you just might rake in all the chips from that texas holdem poker table.