Very good advice here. While the highest stakes games do have a lot of “he knows that i know that he knows” type of thinking, in the most average games that us average stakes players play, people mostly play their cards or they play some weird styles that are not optimal. So once we target a player that just seems to play without real understanding of what he is doing, it is probably the best idea to revert to the optimal play, because there is no telling of what his or her next move could be in any give situation. There is optimal play, there is exploitative play – and then there is just random – and random is best countered with good, basically sound and solid poker.
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