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There are five board cards in hold'em. Since you start with two known cards, there are 50 unknown. That means there are 50x49x48x47x46 ways the board can come. Since the order of the cards on the board doesn't matter, divide that by the number of ways 5 cards can be arranged (120), that's 2118760 total distinct boards. There are 47x46/2 of those boards that ...
TL;DR: Determine where you are on the loose/tight-passive/aggressive scale and adjust accordingly. The following two articles helped me enormously - assuming your HUD is tracking your vpip and fpr: http://www.thepokerbank.com/articles/software/vpip/ http://www.thepokerbank.com/articles/software/pfr/
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