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I am a former engineer, now a corporate pilot who enjoys programming both for work and as a hobby on the side.


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
3
answered Bank Roll Management @ Multiple Tables
Nov
17
awarded  Yearling
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
comment Texas Hold 'Em possibilities
@amigal: True, I forgot 6-2, although the math works the same way. Thanks, I have updated the answer.
Oct
15
revised Texas Hold 'Em possibilities
Updated math for a hand that I forgot.
Oct
15
comment Texas Hold 'Em possibilities
@RaduMurzea: Ummm, there are no burn cards preflop, before you get your hole cards in Texas Holdem. Even if there were, the burn cards have the same likelihood of being one of the required cards as any of the hands do, so we can just consider all "unknown" cards as having the same likelihood.
Oct
14
answered Texas Hold 'Em possibilities
Oct
13
answered How to calculate the odds of the same thing happening both times I have a specific hand?
Oct
7
comment Rank of two-pair hands for low in razz or 7-stud hi-low
@amigal: Well, I think that better and worse are even more ambiguous than high/low. A hand is always higher or lower, but that can be better or worse, depending on the game that you are playing. It's just that a high hand isn't a good thing in low games. :)
Oct
3
answered Rank of two-pair hands for low in razz or 7-stud hi-low
Sep
24
revised Does the buy-in for a tourney affect the taxes of your winning?
added 6 characters in body
Sep
24
answered What are the overall odds of winning a heads up, texas hold em hand?
Sep
24
answered Does the buy-in for a tourney affect the taxes of your winning?
Sep
24
comment Does the buy-in for a tourney affect the taxes of your winning?
@RayofCommand: While that question deals with tax that are withheld from the payout, it isn't a duplicate of this question.
Sep
5
comment How to deal with overcards in the flop
If you do this consistently, you will have to watch for the people who will call with anything in order to take it away from you on later streets. As with anything in poker, don't do the same thing every time! :-)