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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?
Apr
2
comment Are there times when your bets are more important than your cards at poker?
can you rephrase your question? What do you mean by "Cards rules, whatever bets goes on..."? What does "Cards rules" mean?
Mar
31
comment Redealing to the board in Pot Limit Omaha
@Kyle: I edited mine... At first I wasn't sure you were talking about "running it twice" because you didn't mention the action up to the flop / all-ins : )
Mar
31
revised Redealing to the board in Pot Limit Omaha
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Mar
27
answered Redealing to the board in Pot Limit Omaha
Mar
26
comment Complex split pot semantics for multiple All-In winners with differing amounts
@amigal: ah ah, thanks... But I've got no merit: I've been forced to deal with all this for a poker software I'm developing (a tracker & HUD) ; ) In some case it's tricky because some sites do not write out the side pots details (only the total pot amount is shown) and it's kinda tricky to determine the pot sizes (which is important, for example, if you want to compute the all-in expected value, etc.). : )
Mar
25
revised Complex split pot semantics for multiple All-In winners with differing amounts
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Mar
25
answered Complex split pot semantics for multiple All-In winners with differing amounts
Mar
24
comment Ante + BB all-in, what can the BB win?
as I just commented to amigal, "You are entitled to win only as much as you put in times the number of players" doesn't mean much unless you define what "put in" means. Because one can "put in" a penalty blind and that one does definitely not count "times the number of players". A penalty blind is "put in" yet it is lost. It could have been the case that the ante was computed just like a penalty blind (not that it's a penalty, but simply that it could have not counted towards matching the big blind)... (hence my question).
Mar
24
comment Ante + BB all-in, what can the BB win?
I'll be commenting this to everyone but: "you can earn according to the chips you risk"... Sure, but then one would have to know what are considered "chips you risk". Because a penalty blind is money you definitely do put in, yet it doesn't count towards the chips you can win (e.g. you can put in $8 but only can win "$7 * nb opponents + $1" and not "$8 * nb opponents"). It could have been the case that the ante was computed the same way as a penalty blind. It's not as simple as it seems.
Mar
22
revised Dead Button in Rush Games
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Mar
22
revised Dead Button in Rush Games
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Mar
22
answered Dead Button in Rush Games
Mar
22
revised SB raise in preflop in no limit TH
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Mar
22
comment Basic Strategy for Pokerstars ZOOM?
@o.v.: it was clearly not the case on Rush / Full Tilt Poker and I take it it's also not the case on Zoom / PokerStars but I can't 100% guarantee it. As far as I can tell hands are saved, no matter what : )
Mar
22
suggested suggested edit on SB raise in preflop in no limit TH
Mar
22
answered Basic Strategy for Pokerstars ZOOM?
Mar
10
revised Is there any poker online software which run on Linux?
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