Created by Ragnar4 on July 22, 2009


A poker theory used to describe a common occurence and the likelihood of the meaning of the actions. The theory states: A player who 3 bets on a dry, paired flop is [almost] always bluffing.


Say you\'re in the BB with 88 and an opponent from the button raises it up, you decide to call, and the flop brings 5,2,2 rainbow. Check, he bets, you decide to check raise and he ships. You should heavily consider yeti-theorem before acting.

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