Ashkan Fattahi teaches you how to win all your board and card games

Ashkan has entered the world of music long ago and over this considerable time he succeeded in becoming a top and best-known musician. His main career is singing and composition, where he claims that he is now more successful than before after starting playing board and card games. In this essay, Ashkan tells the secrets behind winning his games.

If you like to learn how to win at a board game, the key is first to remember that while luck is a determining factor in the short-term, skill wins out in the end. Anyone who tends to work hard can develop the skills to make money at the game board. Maybe you could become good enough to win a complete board game tournament. The initial step towards acquiring the strategies possessed by the best card game players is to take up risks. You may become the next Phil Ivey with some hard work and dedication. There is no limit if you are willing to work for it.

Fattahi, based on his experience, says that playing slow too often is common for players who do not dare to chase their competitors out of the pot when they have good card hands. Most of the time, it is best to bet your strong hands to build the pot and protect your equity.

Ashkan added: “However, when you feel uncertain, just bet. In other words, take up the challenge.” Players do not check with hands that can call multiple bets as often as they should. “When they check, they usually have a relatively weak hand that will often fold if faced with various bets. This is the “bluffing with nothing” situation I alluded to earlier,” he said.

When your opponent shows much weakness in a heads-up pot, you can take advantage of them with an aggressive bluffing strategy. Not only should you bet with your usual semi-bluffs, but you should also bet as a pure bluff with some nothing hands, ideally ones with sound blocker effects.

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