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As your showdown value decreases, you have to rely more heavily on fold equity, although that is not always the case. Even gutshots vary in value, from decently strong to completely unplayable. Strong draws are draws with 12 or more outs to the effective nuts. If you think that your flop raise may get pushed on a decent amount of the time, call instead. They often have overcards that may or may not add additional equity. At this point, you do not have much fold equity because this board should be excellent for your opponent's range, as most early position raisers play primarily big pairs and strong big cards. Your opponent makes a continuation bet. While your best draws always have a significant amount of equity, it is important to understand that they vary in strength and should be played accordingly. This means that the pre-flop caller should have more middle cards in his range than the pre-flop raiser. If you happen to have a draw that has a large amount of showdown value, checking behind on the flop may be ideal. These are your unexciting open-ended straight draws and flush draws. With your best draws, it is vitally important that you do not play them in a manner that leads to you having to fold. Mastering Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em begins with several chapters devoted to preflop strategy, including how to play when you are first in as the open-raiser, when facing limpers, when facing a raise, and other situations. Also, note that the pre-flop raiser should have more big cards than the pre-flop caller, making boards containing big cards better for the pre-flop raiser. Then come chapters focused on postflop strategy, including how to proceed after being the preflop aggressor and after calling before the flop, and other technical skills applicable to postflop play. He provides both a basic strategy to crush small stakes games and identifies adjustments needed when facing more challenging competition. For the most part, your plan with your draws is to bet with the intention of betting again on most turns, especially if the board changes making your opponent's premium and marginal made hands worse. Compared to strong draws, marginal draws have to rely heavily on implied odds because they are behind all made hands. In general, middle card boards are better for the caller than the raiser because most players raise with all big cards and only some middle cards. When someone calls, they often have many combinations of middle cards in their range and fewer combinations of big cards because they 3-bet some of them. A raise will make your opponent fold all hands worse than a King, but you will almost certainly be able to win the pot from those hands on the turn by betting when your opponent checks. If your draw relies on fold equity, betting is mandatory if you think you have fold equity, but be willing to check it if you have reason to believe your opponent will rarely fold. The following excerpt appears within the chapter "Post-Flop Strategy: As the Pre-Flop Aggressor" and comes within a section covering how to proceed after you've raised before the flop and then flopped a draw -- be it a strong draw, a marginal draw, or a "junky" draw. The most common junky draw is a gutshot straight draw. These hands are usually strong enough to bet and call a reasonable raise due to their large implied odds, but if you bet perhaps 4 big blinds on the flop and your opponent raises to 29 big blinds, you should fold the majority of the time. Junky draws are draws with fewer than 8 outs to the effective nuts. In the book Little shows readers how to play a solid, competent, decently aggressive style that will be profitable in these games. For example, J on is quite strong due to the presence of overcards that can improve to top pair, but on the same board is total junk because it only has 4 outs, and when you hit, you still lose to the most obvious draw, Jonathan Little.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Calling allows you to keep the pot small when you are not a huge favorite, and allows you to continue keeping the pot small if you do not improve on the turn. Little also includes more advice about game selection, tournaments, bankroll management for a wide variety of formats, and how to avoid tilt yourself while taking advantage of it in others. Marginal draws have 8 or 9 outs to the effective nuts. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Of poker pro and coach Jonathan Little's several strategy books, Mastering Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em has been especially cited for praise by those who play lower stakes NLHE -- a group that comprises the majority of poker players.