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May
10
comment What if you get a straight flush on flop?
@dBlisse It isn't solely about the money, but situational as well. There are some players that would never raise without the nuts in this situation, particularly to a large amount of money is all I was trying to say.
Feb
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Feb
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reviewed Approve Texas Hold 'Em possibilities
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Jul
11
revised What are the odds of flopping a straight flush with 62s?
correction
Jun
24
revised What are the odds of flopping a straight flush with 62s?
Added second section
Jun
21
comment What are the odds of flopping a straight flush with 62s?
Brent, regarding your edit, you can not "flop" any of those other hands, because there are only three cards on the flop and you need four community cards to make a straight flush that way. Are you wanting to know you odds of making a straight flush by the river with those hole cards?
Jun
20
answered What are the odds of flopping a straight flush with 62s?
Jun
4
comment $2/$5 Poker Hand: Nut Flush Draw, Big Pot
The odds change a lot since the raiser only has another $100 behind after his raise....
Jun
4
comment $2/$5 Poker Hand: Nut Flush Draw, Big Pot
It's a checkmark, not an arrow. :)
Jan
20
comment Finding leaks in your game
@RobbieDee That is great.... As long as you are playing the hand correctly. Finding leaks involves finding those hands that are losing money because you are playing them incorrectly. Just because Pokercruncher says that a hand should be +EV doesn't mean that it will be for everyone!
Dec
16
answered What does the Dealer button have to do with the dealer?
Dec
11
comment Bank Roll Management @ Multiple Tables
There are some issues that can arise because of multi-tabling however. For instance, what if you are playing 10 tables and your internet drops and you lose all 10 buyins. There IS more risk involved when playing multiple tables, along with the fact that you have less attention to pay to each table.
Dec
6
revised Bank Roll Management @ Multiple Tables
corrected last statement
Dec
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answered Bank Roll Management @ Multiple Tables
Nov
17
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Nov
5
revised Some Mathematical Poker Questions (Discrete Math)
Added note about the flush calculations
Nov
4
answered Some Mathematical Poker Questions (Discrete Math)
Oct
15
revised Texas Hold 'Em possibilities
Updated math for a hand that I forgot.