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Apr
10
comment Are there times when your bets are more important than your cards at poker?
@Jeffrey Blake: I edited the question so that it now makes sense (and it was peer approved). Can you reopen it in its edited form?
Apr
9
revised Are there times when your bets are more important than your cards at poker?
Provide rationale for question
Apr
9
answered Why does 555 beat QQQ in this Doyle vs Elezra hand?
Apr
9
suggested suggested edit on Are there times when your bets are more important than your cards at poker?
Apr
9
answered Why is 7c2d a semi-bluff?
Mar
29
comment Can you win while “short a card” in poker?
Basically, it seems like a lot depends on whether or not you are the button.
Mar
29
awarded  Scholar
Mar
29
accepted Can you win while “short a card” in poker?
Mar
26
revised Can you win while “short a card” in poker?
edited title
Mar
25
awarded  Student
Mar
25
asked Can you win while “short a card” in poker?
Mar
15
comment Is shoving all in with a weaker player the best strategy?
@JeffreyBlake: Then issue may be that all in is the best strategy PERIOD, against a weaker, stronger, or medium player under the cirumstances. (But under MOST circumstance, all in is the worst strategy, because you want to conserve your chips.) Then the question may be misleading.
Mar
15
answered Is shoving all in with a weaker player the best strategy?
Mar
9
answered Giving a short stacked opponent a perfect all-in vs forcing them to over-commit
Mar
1
answered How often will pocket aces lose to 4 flush or set after the flop?
Feb
14
comment Main differences between Limit and No Limit Hold'em
@RoToRa: That's true for some limit players. It's less likely to be true for no limit players, where staying too long can be extremely costly.
Feb
14
comment Main differences between Limit and No Limit Hold'em
@JohnDibling: What you said is true. But it is still MORE true in no limit than limit. The point I was trying to make is that no limit is still more dangerous, or conversely that it is less dangerous in limit. "It's all relativel."
Feb
14
answered Main differences between Limit and No Limit Hold'em
Feb
3
answered What is the“Top Five Cards” rule and how does it apply to splitting pots?
Jan
31
answered Set Mining: betting pre flop with 22+