Board texture is the combination of community cards on the board.
You’ll want to pay attention to the board texture, so that you can maximize value, and bluff at the right times.
A “dry board” is a board that represents no draws.
Paired boards (when there is a pair on board) are typically very dry boards, and unlikely to have been hit by either player.
An example of a dry board is K ♠ ,7 ♥ ,2 ♣ with no straight draws or flush draws present.
“It’s about taking advantage of the opportunities you have right now..”
A “wet board” is when the community cards are more coordinated and have straight and flush draws present.
An example of a wet board is a flop of 9 ♥ ,10 ♥ ,J ♠ .
This board could contain many different powerful hands and draws.
Bluffing On Dry Boards
A common rule of thumb is to bluff more on dry boards, and less on wet boards.
So attack dry boards with bluffs more often, and play carefully on wet boards.