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I mentioned the thread in R.G.P (rec.gambling.poker a news group) called "Rose Colored Glasses" about playing short. I tried to find archive but could not. The title meant that the player playing short was seeing the game through rose colored glasses, meaning all the players had the same size stack as the player seeing the game through rose colored glasses. ...


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Well one way to check the math will be to use some equity calculator and evaluate your AX hand against (X-1) opponents with random hands. I used online calculator at http://propokertools.com/ This is what I got: A2 against 1 player : you: 55.5% equity; opp : 44.5% A3 against 2 players: you: 37% equity; opps: 31,5% A4 against 3 players: you: 28% equity; ...


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There are several components to your question, and I will do my best to address each of them. How should my stack size affect my range? That is a very complex matter, and I will assume you mean preflop hand range to simplify it. As a general rule, the larger your stack is relative to the big blind, the more speculative hands gain in value. By speculative ...


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Yes you should consider limps as action because if you have only M of 2 and he already put 1 BB he gets good pot odds and he is very likely to call. That said with such a low stack you have to take action and if you do not have any reason to believe a lot more people will call you should still go in. If he limps 1/4 of his hands you will get your flip most ...


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To be honest, that's generally done in poker. However, People overestimate low aces (A2 etc). The funny thing is that it goes the exact same way with low pocket pairs (but that's out of the question). Having A2 against a simple T7 (for example) would almost be a coinflip. People often think they are miles ahead when they get a low ace versus something KQ ...



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