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Sep
29
awarded  Yearling
Apr
3
revised Easy to remember push/fold/callpush table/formula
edited tags
Apr
3
asked Easy to remember push/fold/callpush table/formula
Apr
3
revised Tough decision on the turn
Forgot about ante
Apr
2
awarded  Teacher
Apr
2
answered Tough decision on the turn
Feb
14
revised Play in position against BB preflop raiser
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Feb
12
revised Play in position against BB preflop raiser
added 137 characters in body
Feb
12
asked Play in position against BB preflop raiser
Jan
15
comment Name of five card Texas Hold'em game?
I'm in Australia. Apparently it's got around. First heard about it about a month ago.
Jan
10
comment Potential all-in rules, does any game use this rule?
"So they'd be live against the all-in player up to however much he had in his stack." That's the idea, but calling an all-in player doesn't protect your own stack. If you later fold, you lose your investment in the pot. The only difference is that because you called the all-in player you can still win their investment in the pot.
Jan
10
comment Potential all-in rules, does any game use this rule?
wilfra: Note that in you're example of raising an all-in after a call, if the calling player folds, you still take their call. Its just that the calling player has a chance to win the all-in player's contribution to the pot, not their own (as they've already lost it to the raising player by folding).
Jan
9
awarded  Scholar
Jan
9
accepted Texas Hold'em: Heads up pre-flop probabilities
Jan
9
comment Potential all-in rules, does any game use this rule?
@TobyBooth: How do players b&c both fold after a is all-in? Once one of them folds, the action is over, they can't both fold.
Jan
9
accepted Simple final table tournament play including push/fold
Jan
8
awarded  Editor
Jan
8
revised Inactive player problem: Where should the money be distributed in this situation?
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Jan
8
answered Inactive player problem: Where should the money be distributed in this situation?
Jan
8
asked Potential all-in rules, does any game use this rule?