Reputation
2,654
Next tag badge:
97/100 score
24/20 answers
Badges
1 10 34
Newest
 Nice Answer
Impact
~53k people reached

Sep
27
reviewed No Action Needed Multiple Chip Betting TDA rule 43
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
23
comment Calculating odds with 2 cards to come
+1 for correctly communicating when you have to ADD the odds vs. when to MULTIPLY them ;)
Sep
22
reviewed No Action Needed Calculating odds with 2 cards to come
Sep
22
comment Why did I lose with a flush in Omaha?
I closed your question because it lacks any proof of a research effort. Googling "poker Omaha" would give you plenty of results which contain exactly the answer you need. Please do a little research before asking.
Sep
22
reviewed Approve Why did I lose with a flush in Omaha?
Sep
21
revised How is the pot split in this texas holdem hand?
all 3 players compete for the main pot ;)
Sep
21
reviewed No Action Needed How is the pot split in this texas holdem hand?
Sep
18
reviewed No Action Needed Main differences between Limit and No Limit Hold'em
Sep
16
comment Do you have any “in-hand” thinking procedures?
Since I think this is a very important topic and since I don't remember seeing it touched upon here, I'm really excited to see what answers you'll get :)
Sep
16
reviewed No Action Needed Do you have any “in-hand” thinking procedures?
Sep
15
comment Best strategy you know of for winning at texas hold'em
I closed your question because it's way too broad. I mean, how to win at Texas Hold'em is the subject of hundreds and hundreds of books, way beyond something that someone might be able to answer here. My advice is to study the game, buy some good books about, watch it on TV, on YouTube, on PokerStars.tv, see how people play, study it, practice it for a while. I'll promise, you'll get better at it. As for your question: if you have something more specific to ask, then please edit and vote it for re-opening :) .
Sep
15
reviewed Reviewed Best strategy you know of for winning at texas hold'em
Sep
15
comment bluffing when somebody is all-in
@JimBeam Actually, I am: this type of play is typically done at tournaments only, not cash games
Sep
14
comment bluffing when somebody is all-in
+1 nice question :) . I edited it a bit to make it more readable.
Sep
14
answered bluffing when somebody is all-in
Sep
14
revised bluffing when somebody is all-in
added 13 characters in body
Sep
14
reviewed No Action Needed bluffing when somebody is all-in
Sep
12
comment Should this hold'em pot be split?
@DarrenCook OK, fair enough :)
Sep
12
answered Should this hold'em pot be split?