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May
12
suggested suggested edit on What is the odd of hitting flush when you have nothing
May
11
answered Inactive player problem: Where should the money be distributed in this situation?
May
11
suggested suggested edit on Inactive player problem: Where should the money be distributed in this situation?
May
11
answered Are there times when your bets are more important than your cards at poker?
May
11
comment How do you recognize when you are playing “on tilt”?
@Toby Booth: Thanks for editing my editing. The question now appears answerable. Ditto for your edit of my edit on the other question.
May
11
accepted What is the protocol for dealing the “draws” in “draw poker”?
May
11
revised How do you recognize when you are playing “on tilt”?
made the question answerable by referring to poker writers
May
11
suggested suggested edit on How do you recognize when you are playing “on tilt”?
May
11
revised Are there times when your bets are more important than your cards at poker?
clarification
May
11
suggested suggested edit on Are there times when your bets are more important than your cards at poker?
Apr
29
comment What is the protocol for dealing the “draws” in “draw poker”?
Maximum of six. When did this change take place? The person who wrote a book from which I learned eight-handed draw died in 1958.
Apr
29
revised What is the protocol for dealing the “draws” in “draw poker”?
added 52 characters in body
Apr
28
asked What is the protocol for dealing the “draws” in “draw poker”?
Apr
26
accepted Should you use average value or marginal value when deciding which hands to play?
Apr
24
comment Do I need to change my tactics playing pocket rockets (AA) to maximize their potential?
Please see my comment (above) to John Dibling.
Apr
24
comment Do I need to change my tactics playing pocket rockets (AA) to maximize their potential?
That's true if your opponents have no history. I take the question to mean that the OP's opponents have a "tight" history, which speaks to opponents' tendencies and opponent's likely range as well. Then would you start trying to steal hands with e.g. 2-2? And this is "pre flop," so there is no "board texture."
Apr
24
revised Do I need to change my tactics playing pocket rockets (AA) to maximize their potential?
Made question more explicit
Apr
23
comment Small Pairs on early and middle positions
@DmitriyNaumov: That's true if the table is "loose aggressive." If "loose passive" (all calls and few raises), no. Telling the difference is one of the keys to winning in poker.
Apr
23
suggested suggested edit on Do I need to change my tactics playing pocket rockets (AA) to maximize their potential?
Apr
23
comment Do I need to change my tactics playing pocket rockets (AA) to maximize their potential?
Yes, it seems that your opponents are "tight," and in your shoes, I would "limp" with aces. More to the point, I would raise with 2-2, and try to "steal" hands against such opponents, until I'm "caught." Then they'll start calling AA.