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comment Interesting Spot in Penny Poker: Overpair vs Nit on Wet Board
Both my student and I agree that villain is not bluffing. However, that doesn't make this a fold. What hands is villain playing that he can bet for value? How do we stack up against those hands?
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comment Interesting Spot in Penny Poker: Overpair vs Nit on Wet Board
There are straight draws and flush draws and both get there. That's starting out wet and then turning into a flood..
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comment Interesting Spot in Penny Poker: Overpair vs Nit on Wet Board
@AlG: Hero ended up timing out trying to decide what he could beat on a board that looks so ugly at face-value.
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comment Interesting Spot in Penny Poker: Overpair vs Nit on Wet Board
I like that you're distrustful of stats. I think you might have gone a bit overboard on what hands to include for a player playing as tight as we see here, but on the other hand, I think I took it too much at face value. The one other criticism I have here is the assumption that a player at $0.02/$0.04 is a competent player able to adjust to deep stack dynamics. I have no doubt that this is absolutely not the case for 99% of the players playing below $0.10/$0.25 online.
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answered Interesting Spot in Penny Poker: Overpair vs Nit on Wet Board
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comment Interesting Spot in Penny Poker: Overpair vs Nit on Wet Board
You and I have very different reasoning, but reached the same conclusion about every single street. Fascinating.
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answered What metrics do you use to evaluate your own live play performance?
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comment is there an open source algorithm for a fixed limit holdem
The resources and info in this Stackoverflow question may help with this: stackoverflow.com/questions/506167/…
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reviewed Approve How to calculate expected value if I go All-in before flop with AK offsuit
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comment How to calculate expected value if I go All-in before flop with AK offsuit
@SoboLAN: It's pretty common for someone to fold everything but AA/KK to a 4-bet preflop. It's opponent dependent, but this is a relatively easy read to develop if you've spent some time playing with him. Even more so if you have stats in online play.
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Clarified who Hero is in this situation
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answered How to calculate expected value if I go All-in before flop with AK offsuit
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comment How to calculate expected value if I go All-in before flop with AK offsuit
Are you saying that you were UTG and raised with AKo, or that there is another player in UTG who also has AKo?
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answered How often, and how much, should I bluff on the river when I miss my flush but a possible straight comes?
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