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I can win at low limit tables playing "statistically correct" poker, but don't dare to play for high stakes.


Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
12
revised Is it correct to go all-in when you have KK?
added 21 characters in body
Sep
12
answered Studying poker math - is it worth it?
Aug
25
answered How do you know that you “got your money in good”?
Aug
25
answered How do you play at a table where everybody always goes all in?
Aug
25
answered Is it correct to go all-in when you have KK?
Jul
9
answered Is there a situation where just calling is justified with AK on a QKA suited flop?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
14
revised KQo on wet board
added 162 characters in body
Jun
13
answered KQo on wet board
Jun
13
answered various small questions
Jun
13
answered What kind of plays could I make to convince my opponents that I have a polarised hand range?
Apr
11
answered Can the optimal strategy for low stakes holdem be considered simpler as a general rule?
Apr
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
8
comment What is an open limp?
Technically you're correct, that it IS an open limp. But if you do limp, you want to do so with a "weak" but promising hand such as JT suited. But the usual reference to "open limp" is to trap loose, aggressive players using a high pair such as AA or KK. Some would even say that your JT suited is a "trap" play because given the right flop, it could "morph" into a very big straight or flush hand.
Feb
8
answered What is an open limp?
Feb
8
answered What does the Dealer button have to do with the dealer?
Jan
26
answered Do I have to show my hand in an “All-In” situation?
Jan
26
awarded  Yearling