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Nut Flush Draw Blockers Are Key In Low SPR Spots

It's pretty simple with this one; the more you block your opponents high frequency shoves in low SPR spots, the more you can bet. So, if you obviously block the nut flush draw, then you can implement a higher betting frequency in lower SPR situations where your opponent is enticed to shove wider. If it's ever close between bet/fold and check/call for example, lean towards B/F if you have the nut flush draw blocker.

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