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Aug
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revised Talking during a hand
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Aug
25
answered Talking during a hand
Aug
22
comment Preflop game in 50/50 sit'n'go
>> I think the BB should have called .... you're right. But perhaps the BB wasn't that strong or not that bright. However, you're almost never worse than 7:1 - ever. I overlooked the fact that the BB already committed 200.
Aug
22
comment Preflop game in 50/50 sit'n'go
>> I don't think you should guess that a short stack in early position has decent cards when they shove with 1.75 BB. I agree in this scenario. But, in general, a short stack will want to hang on as long as possible in an attempt to "outlast" someone else on a final table. Even if it's for 2 or 3 hands. They wouldn't push (weakly, albeit) unless they think they have a chance of winning and hanging on in the tournament - therfore, assume that they have a real hand.
Aug
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answered Preflop game in 50/50 sit'n'go
Aug
20
comment Is it correct to go all-in when you have KK?
TAG = Tight Aggressive (if I'm not mistaken). A super-rock is a player that ONLY plays premium hands, plays maybe 1 of 10 hands and always pushes hard early in a hand with big cards on the flop. As tight and aggressive as a tight-aggressive player can be. At least that's what I meant. These player, IMHO, are easy to read, but frankly, you have to get luck to beat them.
Aug
19
comment Is it correct to go all-in when you have KK?
I don't think the question contemplated folding. I think the question contemplated just calling the push from the aggressive player and not just pushing over the top with KK. I do agree, if you can fold KK, for good reason, then you have mad skill.
Aug
18
comment Should I have went all-in with KK on this flop?
What was the process that led the Hero to decide that his opponent has JJ, QQ or KK? If JJ was in the range - at all - then why would the Hero push bad money?
Aug
18
answered Is it correct to go all-in when you have KK?
Aug
5
comment In Texas holdem, how should my betting change as my stack of chips changes?
I would say it gets a little more complicated the closer to the bubble you get. You might want to back off a seemingly premium short-stack hand if it might mean that you get popped out before the bubble. It also depends on how much action you have in front of you when faced with a short-stack premium hand (like A-10s or KQo). You want to maximize your chances by having as few opponents in the hand - preferably being heads-up.
Aug
5
answered How do you bet pre-flop when there's no action, you're on the button, and you have pocket rockets?
Aug
5
revised How to make the most of a very good hand when you've been playing conservatively?
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revised How to make the most of a very good hand when you've been playing conservatively?
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Aug
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answered How to make the most of a very good hand when you've been playing conservatively?
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Dec
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revised The need of calculating EV?
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revised The need of calculating EV?
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answered The need of calculating EV?