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Expected Value for SB und BB in NL HU (GTO)
Lets consider a NL HU Match 100BB deep (no rake). Both players are playing GTO (game theoretical optimum). Lets assume in the GTO Strategy the SB open limps or open raises r times and open folds f ...
Jan 10 '12 at 22:14
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