None. I've found trading equity is a much easier and better way to keep people honest without a trustworthy escrow system in place.
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Cheating and morality can be different, as in this instance. Looking at someone else's cards is not against the rules of the game, so far as I know. That person's lack of protecting their hand is just as much of a leak as them having too low of a continuation betting percentage on a certain board texture from a certain position, and that's a situation I doubt a single person here would discuss after a hand, correct? So what's the difference between one strategic option (looking) and another (taking advantage of the mistaken continuation betting frequency on a given board texture)? Is there one, and why?
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