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Playing Styles
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Basic Overview of Poker Playing Styles - GreenBeanVideos

How Do YOU Play?

NIT - Super Tight Aggressive Safe

Super Tight Aggressive Opponent (NIT) Poker Strategy - Evan Jarvis (Gripsed Poker Training)

TAG - Tight Aggressive

Tight Aggressive Opponent (TAG) Poker Strategy - Evan Jarvis (Gripsed Poker Training)

LAG - Loose Aggressive

Loose Aggressive Opponent (LAG) Poker Strategy - Evan Jarvis (Gripsed Poker Training)

Chameleon - Adabtable Unpredictable

Adaptable and Unpredictable position, selection, aggression. Combining all winning styles to adjust to your opponents.

Mouse - Tight Passive

Weak Tight Opponent (Mice) Poker Strategy - Evan Jarvis (Gripsed Poker Training)

Fish - Loose Passive

A fish plays a lot of hands, even out of position. They check and call vs bet and raise.

Donkey - Super Loose Reckless

A donkey plays virtually every hand and bets with whatever, whenever.

You make money in poker by selling hands not by stealing pots.

Evan Jarvis - Gripsed Poker Training

Phil Hellmuth has his way to categorize his opponents playing styles.

Diagnosing Animals - Phil Hellmuth

Poker Strategy works differently on different types of players. Phil has given each player type a corresponding animal.

  • Eagle - The 50 top players in the world are eagles.
  • Lion - Best player in the game. Timing is impeccable. Knows when to play weird hands. Knows when to bluff. Plays tight (patient) in general. Knows when to mix it up. Gets it in good.
  • Mouse - Plays tight strategy. Never bluffs. Waits for best hands.
  • Elephant - Calling station. Calls way too many bets. Rarely raises. Plays too many hands. Worst players.
  • Jackal - Crazy player. Plays way too many hands. Puts in way too much action. Will bust you when gets hot but mostly loses.