Can you answer the following questions?
If you are bewildered on how to answer some of the question noted above, you are not alone. These are tough questions to answer when you are playing in live cash games and most of us do not keep a record of what we are doing. However, if you want to improve your game, and you want to learn how to barrel correctly and without fear of getting called or raised, you will learn how to answer these questions, because you will learn how to barrel for money. You will also get a first hand education on almost everything there is to know about playing winning poker using tactical barreling.
Whether you play $1-$2 no-limit Hold'em or $10-$20, barreling is a profitable part of any smart players game. When barreling is executed correctly, against the right opponent(s), at the right time, it will produce positive results, time and again. Against the wrong opponents, it will produce problems and likely losses. But, even when you cast a barrel blunder and get called with a hand that is likely not the top hand, you can still take the pot when the turn card falls and your hand improves, or when scare cards come and you bet, or your opponent gives you tells of weakness and it is likely he will fold when you bet. You could also have enough outs to produce a win rate given that the pot is offering favorable odds, and perhaps good implied odds to boot.
Do not underestimate the power of barreling. You have a chance to win on multiple fronts and lose on one. To learn more about the benefits of barreling get your copy of Cash Poker: How to Make $250,000 over the Next 5 Years Playing Small Stakes Poker.