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Baluga Theorem

Baluga Theorem

The Baluga Theorem refers to the notion a player should strongly reevaluate one-pair hands facing a turn raise.

Example: I had AA on a board of K<569. After making a standard bet on the flop and turn my opponent raised all in! I remembered the Baluga Theorem and decided to fold.


Created by lolzzz_321 on 5 Nov, 2009
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