Out of Position

Forwared from „OOP“

  • A player is Out of Position if that player must take action before another player on a given street.
    Out of position is commonly abbreviated OOP.

    Being out of position is a huge disadvantage in a hand, as other players can gather information based on their action, and get
    the final say on what happens on any street.

    After the flop, the small blind will be out of position against any opponents.

    Example: When my opponent 3 bet me, I decided to call, as my opponent would be out of position after the flop.

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