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Feb
21
answered The groups of Sklansky starting hands
Feb
10
answered Effect of number of players in the probability distribution of poker hands
Feb
3
awarded  Commentator
Feb
3
comment Should I call this river overbet with an overpair?
+1 "I flip my [hand] face up and fold and judge his reaction so that I can take him when I am in a better spot."
Feb
3
answered When should you defend your big blind in tournament play?
Feb
3
answered Why do people make the following call, check, call round the table?
Feb
3
answered Why can't folded hands compete for sidepots?
Feb
3
answered When Is It A Good Tactic To Slowplay A Hand?
Feb
3
answered The Importance of Mathematics in Poker
Feb
3
answered How to count the power of cards in hand?
Jan
26
awarded  Yearling
Aug
25
answered Small Pairs on early and middle positions
Aug
19
answered Dealing with Rookie / Novice Players
Jul
25
answered Implied odds meaning and usage
Jul
12
accepted Can a bettor concede his hand without showing it?
Jul
12
comment Can a bettor concede his hand without showing it?
Point taken. But does "earliest position" mean with reference to say, "under the gun," or with reference to the original bettor (meaning the bettor himself).
Jul
12
asked Can a bettor concede his hand without showing it?
May
3
comment Easy to memorize starting hand strategy
@WW: 45s is the same TYPE of hand as JTs, (suited connectors), but a much lower hand of the same type. What is true is that 45s IMPROVES more (percentagewise) with more opponents. Because it is starting from a lower base.
Apr
22
comment Easy to memorize starting hand strategy
@SoboLAN: Those are "tight" requirements, but appropriate for "early" position (24 unsuited hands, 40 suited, and 42 pairs for a total of just over 100 out of 1326). As your position improves, you can loosen the requirements.
Apr
21
answered Easy to memorize starting hand strategy