A minimum-size bet intended to create the impression that you want a call.
An advanced betting concept that can only be made against a very good player. A weak player will have no idea of the strategic subtleties of the post oak bluff, and will always ruin this bluff. At the end of a hand where there is a huge pot a player makes a relatively small bet into that pot. His opposition feel that they are being suckered in to donating a little extra cash, and reason that he must have a huge hand in order to make this play. So they fold, and the post oak bluff is successful, because the player making the small bet really has no hand. Weaker players feel obligated to call because so much money is already invested in the pot.
a bluff from a tight player who tries to make a small bet into a big pot in hopes that the other player has zilch, and will just give up on the pot
a small bet in no-limit Texas Hold 'Em which is seen as an attempt to steal the pot in a way that holds little risk for the player making the bet
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To make a small bet in relation to the size of the pot to bluff and try to take it down.
This refers to a player making a small bet in relation to the size of the pot in order to bluff and try to win the hand.
A post oak bluff is a bet in no-limit or pot-limit poker which is an attempt to steal the pot in a way that holds little risk for the player making the bet.