The Loose-Passive Player
Poker is a game of people and the people are divided into different categories of styles Your job, as a poker player playing through your Unibet bonus, is to determine each style, creating a plan for a counter strike and attack accordingly.
One type of player you should always want at your table is the loose-passive player. These sorts of players are the moneymakers. They are often new players to the game, have a deficiency of skill based on a lack of knowledge, play almost every hand and can’t tell when you are value betting or bluffing.
If you find yourself a feast of gold like this then, you will get paid handsomely when you have a hand. The loose-passive player won’t see you folding your weaker hands, and will think that you are bluffing all of the time. Except, you will always have it when it matters, always the dominating and never the submissive.
The loose-passive player doesn’t understand bet sizing. When they have it they will tell you they have it by betting hard, when they don’t they will bet very small. There is no disguise, no tricks and just plain straightforward exploitable bad play.
Loose-passive players are easy to bluff because they don’t fight back. They are the invertebrates of the poker world. This allows you to pick up all of the dead money as well as each hand of value hand you hold. Your bluffs will get through every time, but just be careful that you don’t get carried away. They are incapable of understanding smart and clever bluffs; so don’t use them because they will get lost. Just play very straightforward poker and you can create a goldmine.