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Looking at other players stats is at best a waste of time and at worst a serious departure from NLhu study. Whether your game is tighter or looser, more or less aggressive, studying the stats of others winners is of no consequence. Your game is your game. Don't ever forget that by vainly attempting to artificially adapting your game to someone else's, it ...


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Just from the top of my head I would say: I think Radu Murea's calculations are pretty ok, however I think that it really is mandatory to calculate that someone else can receive the 2nd card that could make your pair. You could do it in 2 steps: What is the chance to receive a pocket if you were dealt 2 cards after each other: First we receive any card ...


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I assume the value n is reasonable for a poker table (n = [2, 10]). In this case, it won't be relevant for the result. You start with 52 cards. You give the first player a card. The probability that the second card you give him has the same rank so that he'll get a pocket pair is: 3 / 51 (the 3 cards of the same rank that remained out of the remaining ...


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sharkscope.com lets you search for stats of some famous players, you can check it. Dont try blindly to copy/achieve that stats, your play depends on your opponent tendencies, your goal is to have profit, therefore you have to consider your opponent tendencies to play. Heads Up especially is very "wild" and your decisions vary a lot depending on your ...



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