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Out play

Out play

To completely think on a higher level than an opponent and force him into making mistakes.

Also, making a huge calculated bluff to make your opponent fold a very good hand would be considered outplaying someone

Example: I was playing so poorly for two hours up until I just outplayed Mike in that pot.


Created by Roco415 on 23 Jul, 2009
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