The point is to understand the best situations conducive to this kind of tricky play. Also it is crucial to know the list of the poker players that will get caught in such a trap.
One first situation where you’d like to be bluffed is when you have a fantastic hand. In this case, several options are opened. In the first one, you can check every street if you think that your opponent is prone to put pressure if he feels some apparent weakness. You hence just need to simply keep on calling each of his bets. He will sometimes assume that you are on a draw for example if the board is complacent to this idea.
Secondly, you can make a min-raise, thus leaving him the option to shove over you. If your stacks are both deep enough, performing the min raise will in some situations push him to send all of his remaining chips on the felt.
The opponent playing style is the most important aspect to consider in this play. It is obvious that in order to induce an opponent to make a big bluff, it is good for you than he is very aggressive and gutsy to go far with his continuation bets. To perform this move, you have to select your targets and to know who you are dealing with. Theoretically, the more your opponent is aggressive and a bluffer, the easier it will be to succeed. A maniac is perfect.
Conversely, a very tight or very ABC player will often stop betting after he has being called once. You must therefore in this case find another mean to extract his chips from him. Bluff induction does not work with such a foe.
Inducing your opponent to bluff is hard in general and you must fully control the situation. Note that you should not float too often, as it will be costly in the long-run.
Bluff induction and the consequent winning of a large pot is one of the most enjoyable pleasure in the game of poker. So practice this trapping move to perfection for future pleasure at the poker table. It is one thing to bluff. It is quite another thing to make a bluff inducing trap that works.