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comment What is the best way to play online tounaments?
Waiting for premium hands doesn't sound as normal style to me ;) Obviously this requires more context. For example, in MTT this is a great loser play as blinds are going to get you, while in a non-turbo SNG is often the winning style in early stages.
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comment Confusion on Poker Hand concerning high card
This is the 3rd time you're posting a question that probably will end as a duplicate as well. Do you have problem understanding the 5 best cards rule question pointed to you?
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comment AAA flop, KJ holding against very aggressive player
I've edited your question to add some graphics for hands, you can edit and see their format, Welcome!
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reviewed Approve Should I have gone all in on Flop with bottom pair and flush draw?
Aug
31
comment Should I have gone all in on Flop with bottom pair and flush draw?
@user3606, no problem ;)
Aug
31
revised Should I have gone all in on Flop with bottom pair and flush draw?
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Aug
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answered Should I have gone all in on Flop with bottom pair and flush draw?
Aug
28
comment What are the odds of having 2 Quads in the same hand?
The odds for one getting a pair is around 6%. This is all you need to account for. If you hit a set, you don't really care about the odds of the Villain hitting boat or quads. That's the rarest thing and just a cooler. Lose your stack and move on.
Aug
27
comment How do you trust on the online poker site when playing online?
You can't. Just for the record, poker sites, especially the bigger ones (stars) are winning boatloads of money from rake. They want you in the game, not drive you out by illegal means.
Aug
23
comment 22-66 versus AK, AQ - how to avoid coinflips?
@Michael, yep, straight and flush possibility makes this hand better than lower pairs (the lower ones that doesn't get in the way in straight). It's around 52%-47% vs lower pairs, almost the reverse of a low-pair vs overcards 55%-45%
Aug
23
comment “Waiting for a better spot” in tournaments
Your question may be relevant with this one
Aug
21
answered What is more profitable in a long run: cash games or tournaments?
Aug
19
comment 22-66 versus AK, AQ - how to avoid coinflips?
@Kanan Farzali, indeed, in fact M calculates the cost of one orbit, therefore M = stack / initial pot size and shows the number of orbits you can play before you blinded out. The reason we tend to push a bit earlier is because we have better fold equity then.
Aug
19
comment 22-66 versus AK, AQ - how to avoid coinflips?
the cardiograph statistics is typical of MTT due to brutal variance; you'll win far less there (although, big) than in SNG, which has far less variance (although, winning less). Both types have their difference, but frankly can't stand the MTT variance, their 5+ hours of play just before you bust. In addition, requires a laggy style, definitely not my style ;)
Aug
19
comment 22-66 versus AK, AQ - how to avoid coinflips?
I see you're on the tight side ;) You'll make a good SNG player then rather than MTT which requires far more pushing ;)
Aug
18
comment 22-66 versus AK, AQ - how to avoid coinflips?
@Kanan Farzali, In SNGs is more typical to measure the one's stack in blinds rather in M. The reason is simple; SNGs never last as much as MTT, therefore the antes never really gets big enough to be considered. Therefore the blinds are used typically in SNGs. But M are not blinds, since M includes sb + bb + antes, it's going to be always bigger than big blind. Therefore, M = 5 equals around 10 blinds in desperation terms.
Aug
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Aug
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answered 22-66 versus AK, AQ - how to avoid coinflips?
Aug
18
answered Best 5 cards and the kicker