Definition of drawy

An draw is a draw. drawy means a painting that offers a multitude of prints. A distinction is made between "dry" paintings and paintings wet or drawy (with several prints). For example, a board with an 8 of hearts, a 7 of hearts, a jack of clubs and a queen of clubs is a board (or board) that we will call drawy. Here, not only can our opponent have a ready-made hand as a sequence, two pairs, a three of a kind, but also, a strong or very strong draw. On this particular board, there are many straight draws (5-6, 5-9, AK, KT) but also two possibilities of color draws.

How to play a board drawy

On a board drawy, generally, even with a very strong hand, we will play the hand quickly, i.e. we will bet and if our opponent has bet before us, we will raise. On a drawy, our opponent will have much more reason to stay in the hand. The majority of his range will be draws and we will want to make him pay. Keep in mind that some big draws will dominate top pairs, so don't overvalue your hand, even if you're convinced your opponent has a lot of draws.



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