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Jun
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answered Should I ever reduce / cash out money from my stack when playing NL Holden cash games?
Jun
24
answered Why this pot is split?
Jun
24
comment Why this pot is split?
Each player plays 2 cards actually but the minimum combination is always 5. You shouldn't say "poker hands have five cards" sounds like something else than holdem. Omaha have 4 cards. combination is still 5 cards also.
Jun
23
comment Here is the proof that poker is simply luck
Luck didn't play in deciding to keep betting, you did. Luck is only considered when you have no control over the circumstance. In this case you had full house it was your decision to keep betting, you had full controll over the circumstance. Luck only made it almost impossible for you to not bet, but in the end it was your decision. I know what you mean, yes it's a hard decision and you might tunnel vision because you think you can not loose here. But if you saw WSOP you can see some people do some crazy fold like folding FH(fullhouse) vs FH where there's only one hand who could beat them
Jun
23
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Jun
23
comment Here is the proof that poker is simply luck
I'm not saying he played bad. Of course against durrr you would not fold that kind of hand. I'm just saying if you where some kind of god who can see through people's cards. You would know that you have to fold. So luck in this situation doesn't count. You're stating that poker is only about luck which is wrong. Your title shouls be saying "Here is the proof that SOMETIMES poker is simply luck"
Jun
23
answered Here is the proof that poker is simply luck
Jun
19
revised Poker Tournament Application - Chip Logic
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Jun
19
answered Poker Tournament Application - Chip Logic
Jun
19
comment A Hand history: Navigating QQ
If you just call his 11BB there's even more room for plays. But it's also more risky because he might have almost any hand. (suited connectors, low pairs, high cards,or anything else just because he was in the mood to play J2s). On the flop you could check raise your oponent and CB turn(i would only do that if there's no straight draw or flush draw). If he calls both streets he most likely has (Ax,Kx or better), if he goes all in after check raise he also has one of those cards. The key in the end is to narrow down the enemy's range of hands he can have.
Jun
19
comment A Hand history: Navigating QQ
if i raised 28BB PF and he would call and if you have 0 information about the player. There aren't many choices here. If you check and he plays you will have no information about his hand. He could try to bluff by CB or check because he has AK(trying to make you bet on turn and maybe river). Because of that you have no choice but to bet and keep representing a big hand like AQ+,KK+. If he shoves, you can be almost sure he has one of both (AX,KX). And even if you used a big portion of your stack, since you know you are behind there's no way you can call the all in.(you save 50% of your stack)
Jun
18
comment A Hand history: Navigating QQ
If you're scared to see a flop with QQ you should think about changing your thinking. You should start improve your post flop game. Play for a day and than go through the hands you played. And try to see what you did wrong and could do better. You will see in the end multiple hands which has some kind of same decision, and you will see how your oponents reacted.
Jun
18
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Jun
18
comment A Hand history: Navigating QQ
I guess in 10 NL it would look weird to give a reraise since i assume they never see 4bets without them being all in. I guess going all in is fine since you're playing in a pool of fish and most of them would call you with random cards depending on their mood. Starting 50 NL or more you should consider your choice though. Raising would be more profitable in higher limits.
Jun
18
answered A Hand history: Navigating QQ
Jun
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Jun
9
answered Can a player expose his cards to another player in a no limit texas holdem tournament?
May
5
answered is this a misdeal?
May
5
answered What actions can I take to safely convince others that I am a bad player?
May
5
comment Stack sizes and perceived ranges
It's like asking:"How big is this ocean?" Everyone knows it's big but no one can say exactly how big.