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Feb
29
comment How often will pocket aces lose to 4 flush or set after the flop?
@Ivan, with strong postflop skills, you do actually want a few callers. 85% of one persons stack is less than 71% of 2 people's stacks. And, the most important thing is that you don't want to change preflop raise size based on your hand strength.
Feb
29
comment How often will pocket aces lose to 4 flush or set after the flop?
Can you list his actual cards, your suits, and the board cards/suits? It's hard to tell if he has a pocket pair on a two-tone board, suited connectors on a rainbow flop, etc.
Feb
27
revised NL400: Live Hand vs Semi-Loose Passive Player At Dry Board. What Would You Do?
I'm removing results so as not to bias feedback
Feb
20
comment How are side pots built?
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Feb
15
comment Distribution of Badugi Hands
Are you also assuming your opponents stand pat? If not, what are they drawing to?
Feb
15
comment What is the“Top Five Cards” rule and how does it apply to splitting pots?
Great Omaha example
Feb
13
answered Spread Limit vs Pot Limit
Feb
13
awarded  Convention
Feb
13
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
8
comment 99 short stacks reraised under the gun tournament
If we bust out now, will we cash? What is the payout structure? If we won't cash now, are we close to the bubble?
Feb
8
comment What to do if we suspect online poker server is cheating
And you should be folding nearly all of those hands. A2s or A3s can be played if there isn't a big raise pre, AJ, KJ can be played. Toss the rest. This is probably a case of confirmation bias - you notice these hands when they happen, but you don't notice all of the hands where it doesn't. Try actually writing down every hand you get for 3 hours.
Feb
8
comment What's the order for showdown?
possible duplicate of How do you determine which player needs to show their cards first?
Feb
7
answered What to do if we suspect online poker server is cheating
Feb
7
comment Are mucked and burnt cards significant in odds calculation?
Also, you need to define "significant." If the card removal effect can effect a 1% shift in odds, is that significant? I would say no - in nearly every case there is a greater than 1% margin of error in assigning a range to your opponent, which makes the card removal effect insignificant.
Feb
7
comment Are mucked and burnt cards significant in odds calculation?
You have to have a very strong handle on the ranges of all players at the table to be able to model this correctly. Players folding in EP may be folding as high as AJ or AT. Many tighter players in late position will fold hands like A8o or A6s, and players that do play hands like A8o will also be playing hands like 56o or 79s, which means that you can't put that much correlation on their folding or playing vs. the number of Aces or Kings in the deck.
Feb
6
revised What online poker sites charge/rake the least?
Emphasis on final answer
Feb
6
revised What online poker sites charge/rake the least?
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Feb
6
comment What online poker sites charge/rake the least?
I voted you down because I don't feel that you provided an answer to the question that was asked. The mission of Stack Exchange is to codify knowledge, and your answer does not help codify the knowledge on which site has best micro limit rake structure.
Feb
6
answered Are mucked and burnt cards significant in odds calculation?
Feb
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