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I don't think your logic makes sense. I think you're right that if another player in late position calls, it will be leaving attractive odds for the players still to act. However, that's still a big barrier with the stack sizes of less than 50 bb. If there's just a single caller (say it's the initial raiser), there's 19 bb in the pot before the flop, so the ...


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There is a theoretical basis behind this assumption. Since the odds of a person winning a tournament is the inverse of the odds of everyone else losing, gambler's ruin comes into play. Intuitively, if you have 100% of the chips you'll win 100% of the time; if you have 0% of the chips you'll win 0% of the time; if you have 50% of the chips against an even ...


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Well in general, unlike what your last statement suggests, in case you think that your 3-bet raise amount is not correct as it might be called by other than the original raiser, you should fix this by raising more not less (with QQ in early position). Remember, your ultimate goal is to play heads up with QQ and try to control the pot size unless you hit your ...


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As with every raise, pot odds will improve if there are callers before you. Nevertheless, pot odds will grow less fast, since the raise is significantly larger than the initial pot. Also, first you speak of a raise by 350, but in your calculations you use a raise to 350. I would not consider a raise to 350 extremely large. Furthermore, there are more things ...



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