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Mid raise, call any reraise, play the flop, bet it if like Q95...go from there...


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The best way to define a good strategy is to get tons of hands and than use machine learning algorithms(Predictive Modeling, Data Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence) to analyze lots of situations and define a strategy as a result. With this you will be able to make a really good strategy for that kind of stakes. The way it would works is you get a big ...


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UPDATE Here is a quote from this site on ICM ... As we have seen, the more chips a player has, the less each chip is worth. Doubling the amount of chips does not double the dollar expected value ($EV). This is referred to as the diminishing marginal return and it is extremely important that you as a tournament player understand this: Each ...


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With the small pairs 22-66 you're not looking to avoid coin-flips, you're looking to avoid calls. That is because if someone calls, you're mostly found in a coin-flip situation as there are considerably more higher cards than what you have. In other words, if you found yourself in a coin-flip situation, like 55 vs AJo you should be glad because you're ...


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In my opinion EV should not be used in all cases, that's the missing part. An AKx hand on A-x-x will give you a monstrous EV heads-up or vs few but the combination of the specific gametype (Zoom) and the non-monster hand you have should ignore the monstrous EV and play like a TP or less. Zoom is a game where all kind of monsters hits the flop and a TPTK ...


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As with most things poker, it depends. I presume your goal here is to maximize your profit in this tournament, and you want to know what action with your JJ is most likely to maximize your profit in the whole tournament. Some things your decision depends on: How many players remain? How many blinds do you have overall? What are the prizes for each ...



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