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Mar
11
revised Can you call when the pot odds don't favour you?
changed "river" to "turn" and "bet" to "call"
Mar
11
revised A2345 Straights permitted
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Mar
11
revised A2345 Straights permitted
added 132 characters in body
Mar
11
answered A2345 Straights permitted
Mar
11
suggested suggested edit on Can you call when the pot odds don't favour you?
Feb
21
revised What to do if we suspect online poker server is cheating
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Feb
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
10
awarded  Yearling
Jan
10
awarded  Yearling
Jun
6
answered What software to use when playing online?
Apr
20
comment Easy to memorize starting hand strategy
Are we sure we want to vote this for closing? There are, sadly, very few questions on poker.SE and this looks like a perfectly valid question: starting hand charts and "memo-technique" tricks to remember them may be a cool addition to the site. To me it's a +1 and not a vote for close. Also, at this point and seen the low trafic here I think downvote and vote for close should be commented...
Apr
11
comment NL600: River Decision IP vs TAG 3 Barrel
@Toby Booth: I'm not asking for opponent's cards but what did you end up doing?
Apr
11
comment NL600: River Decision IP vs TAG 3 Barrel
@Toby Booth: effective stacks are $889 and he already put $401 in, so he has $488 left. If you put him allin if I did correct calcs there shall be $1259 in the pot and he would get about 3:1 on his call. If he has a little something (which I think is very often the case), it would come down to how often he thinks you're making a move here (after calling preflop, flop and turn). But anyway, to me after a passive preflop, flop and turn the river is not the time to be aggressive: you don't represent a 4, nor an A (AK would 3-bet pre or fold later on, AQ would raise, AJ would fold, etc.).
Apr
11
answered NL600: River Decision IP vs TAG 3 Barrel
Apr
9
revised Why does 555 beat QQQ in this Doyle vs Elezra hand?
Detailed the answer a bit more
Apr
8
comment Why does 555 beat QQQ in this Doyle vs Elezra hand?
+1... I edited your answer a bit. (erf, editing my comment: I don't have full edit rights yet on poker.stackexchange.com so my edit needs peer-reviewing ; )
Apr
8
suggested suggested edit on Why does 555 beat QQQ in this Doyle vs Elezra hand?
Apr
3
comment In Omaha, Is it allowed to only show two holecards at showdown when claiming the pot?
oh ok +1... So I didn't see things either ; ) Oh well, I take it that this summer (where I plan to play some live Omaha) I'll ask too when sitting down!
Apr
3
comment In Omaha, Is it allowed to only show two holecards at showdown when claiming the pot?
Note that I've been playing poker since a long time and I typically help people here... But I figured out I've never played live Omaha and was a bit surprised to see people apparently only showing two holecards once in a while (I've always seen four, in online Omaha) so I figured out this may make a nice SE question : )
Apr
3
asked In Omaha, Is it allowed to only show two holecards at showdown when claiming the pot?