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Jan
22
reviewed Looks OK What is a “dead raise”?
Jan
20
comment Differences between playing microstakes and higher stakes
Yes, but at the same time, higher stakes means better structures in case of tournaments. Better structure translates to lower variance. Please note that I'm not saying high-stakes, but instead higher stakes. @kazik1616 you could move to some medium stakes games for a few weeks, see how things work out. If it doesn't work, you can always step back.
Jan
19
reviewed No Action Needed How to play two pairs when flop is connected?
Jan
17
reviewed No Action Needed Poker program that tells you the best-known multistrategy in limit hold'em
Jan
16
reviewed No Action Needed Mucked hand. who wins?
Jan
16
reviewed No Action Needed Can I create freemium chip-based poker software without licence?
Jan
16
reviewed Reject Play in position against BB preflop raiser
Jan
8
reviewed Reject Play in position against BB preflop raiser
Jan
5
revised How to size an opening raise in a NLHE tournament with antes?
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Jan
5
answered What are the advantages gained by those who cheat?
Jan
5
reviewed No Action Needed What are the advantages gained by those who cheat?
Jan
5
reviewed No Action Needed Tournaments: how to determine rankings if multiple players are knocked out in the same hand?
Jan
4
reviewed No Action Needed Poker Practice - Preflop All In
Jan
2
comment Best way to put your poker learning into a cohesive plan?
I guess nr. 1 ... actually no, it should be nr. 0 is: practice, practice and practice. Oh, and did I mention that you should practice ?
Jan
2
comment Best way to put your poker learning into a cohesive plan?
Soooo interested in what answers you'll get. I wanna do the same thing in 2015 as well :) .
Jan
2
comment Should I slow play a set?
+1 excellent answer :)
Jan
1
revised Should I slow play a set?
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Dec
31
comment MTT - flush draw vs loose big'o'stack
I'm tagging this as "fold-equity" as well, because I suspect it will be a critical component of the answers you'll receive :) .
Dec
31
revised MTT - flush draw vs loose big'o'stack
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Dec
30
revised Am I obligated to show my cards if I get called and we go to showdown?
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