Head’s Up vs. Multi-Way – Limit Hold’em
The number of opponents you have on the turn is another factor you should consider in your strategy. If you are head’s-up you can use more tricks, like bluffing, slowplaying, semi-bluffing and inducing bluffs. When the hand has many people involved you want to pull back on the fancy play and play straightforward.
You should not completely stop using these moves when the pot gets large, but you need to understand that with many opponents the implied odds have increased not only for you, but your opponents as well. You are probably going to have to show down the best hand to win and if you are on a big draw you don’t have to worry about building the pot yourself because there will already be a lot of action ahead of you.