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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
Dec
28
comment What Is The Rationale Behind A Check-Raise?
Welcome to the site. An upvote for a pretty good answer.
Dec
20
accepted Have people been playing “40% strategies” in tournaments in the current century?
Dec
20
answered What Is The Rationale Behind A Check-Raise?
Dec
20
comment What Is The Rationale Behind A Check-Raise?
@TobyBooth: I have edited the question to make in clearer and more objective. Apparently you edited my editing. Can it be reopened in its current form?
Dec
20
revised What Is The Rationale Behind A Check-Raise?
Made the question "objective" by asking for facts, rather than opinion.
Dec
19
suggested suggested edit on What Is The Rationale Behind A Check-Raise?
Dec
6
comment Chances of 5 way chop (flush board)
@RayofCommand: I believe the question is, how often will the 5 club flush "board play" resulting in a chop, because no one has a club higher than the 2?
Nov
19
answered Which hand wins: 23 vs. 9J on a AAKKQ board?
Oct
7
awarded  Custodian
Oct
7
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is This a Bet or a Raise?
Sep
6
answered How to deal with overcards in the flop
Aug
22
answered AKo all in v 57o?
Aug
22
answered Does the “top 5 cards” rule apply to a flush?