# Tag Info

3

The chance that any one person has AA when you have no aces (and given no other information) is 6 / (50 * 49 / 2) or ~ .5% (note: you know your two cards, so it's not 52 * 51). This means that there's a 99.5% chance that they don't. When doing probabilities the probability that any one of n things with probability p_n is going to happen is 1 minus the the ...

3

Ok. Let's take this one step at a time. You describe your opponent as a "maniac". However, that player displays no "maniac" behavior in this hand, so I'm not sure where to go with that. I'd like more information on how you get that read on the player. But we can still analyze the hand. So you wake up with A4os in middle position and decide to raise 6x ...

2

Technically it's buyer beware as to what it works on, but I think it's just an update issue. I did a little research and found this... https://www.pokertracker.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=58&t=59668 It states that Pokerstars changed their T&Cs and it affected old versions of the tracker. Updating should resolve it.

2

Microstakes are considerable tougher these days, no matter the game type, either cash or tournaments. About the good stakes to play, you need to check your poker bankroll. Do you have more than 100 buy-ins for the tournament stakes you're planning to play? Then play in that, while recording your results carefully, especially the winrate. And do this for ...

1

I think your mistake was on the flop. There's a decent chance that you have the best hand after the flop, but it's important to consider how the rest of the hand is going to play out. Given that HJ has called a preflop raise and bet into you on the flop, there's a good chance he'll call the raise--the only time he folds is when you're way ahead, and do you ...

1

I think you played this too aggressively after the flop. When he calls your pre-flop raise out of position and then calls your pot-sized flop raise, what is he representing? Not many of those hands are hands that you can beat. 44, 77, TT+, AcXc, AT, and maybe a few other tens if he's really loose. You're a huge underdog to that range on this flop. The ...

1

You only have to square the 1326 if you're going to pick a specific hand to begin with. Otherwise it's 1/1×1/1326.

1

They don't need any reasons. The software is third party and affects the client by overlaying a HUD. This is not something other users of PokerStars may have access to thus can be considered an unfair advantage. They need to protect their players and their product. You can continue using the product and risk being banned. Or you can stop using the ...

1

It depends of the type of games you are playing and the familiarity you have with it as well. The difficulty of the decisions you have to make should also affect the number of tables you play. Also the time you have between each decisions will affect it. So at cash game in NLHE or tournaments or speed poker you will generally play a different number of ...

1

Really there can't every be a fixed number or fixed answer for this. The simplest answer is what ever number you can play without having a negative effect on your game and your win rate. Don't look to emulate some of the online wizards who grind 20+ tables, you will get lost and lose money. Start off playing one, open a second, if it goes fine and doesn't ...

Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible