Definition of spewy

A spewy -player is a spew player, in other words, a player who has no consideration for his or her money. A spewy -player tends to have no desire for folder. A spewy -player will be the type to call too much, bluff too much, push all in repeatedly because he is sometimes tilted. Player spewy or spewtard will also be the type to gamble higher than he can afford. Against a player spewy , you play a solid ABC poker and you don't bluff him. Player spewy will also be said to have a tendency to "leveler" himself, i.e. to imagine several mind games with his opponents. These mind games will convince him to bet more, bluff more and incite him to never folder.

How do we recognize a spewy player?

If you have a tracker like PokerTracker 4, you will recognize him by his statistics. Player spewy will have a high VPIP, a high préflop raise, a high 3bet, and a fold to 3bet almost non-existent.

It looks like 75/55 with a 3bet of 35% and a fold to 3bet of 5%. Generally, player spewy will respond to aggression with aggression. He's a gambler; he's sometimes there to have fun, to let off steam, to bluff. One thing is certain: he is not there to lie down and let himself be dominated by his opponents. Don't bluff the spewy players, wait for your hand and then blow them off!


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