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Feb
8
comment Hands selection in a 6 table
Go here: wizardofodds.com/games/texas-hold-em, then click on 2-hand, 3-hand, 4-hand, 6-hand etc. to see the best starting hands for the corresponding game. This is useful in developing a range for each of these situations.
Feb
6
comment What kind of results are people getting with short stack strategies in no limit holdem?
My experience with this strategy is that opponents catch on to it too quickly. As soon as you sit down at a table with short stack, big stacks are immediately suspecting they are up against a short stack strategist and will be very quick to fold any time the short stack enters the pot. This significantly diminishes the effectiveness of the strategy and quite frankly I believe it is unprofitable on most tables.
Jan
30
revised At least one ace
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Jan
30
revised At least one ace
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Jan
30
answered At least one ace
Jan
29
answered All-in, pre-flop with AK… twice. Was that a bad decision?
Nov
21
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Jul
29
revised In what situations will you lose the low-pot in Omaha Hi/Lo while holding Ace-Deuce?
Better wording, removed unnecessary sentence.
Jul
29
suggested approved edit on In what situations will you lose the low-pot in Omaha Hi/Lo while holding Ace-Deuce?
Jul
29
comment In what situations will you lose the low-pot in Omaha Hi/Lo while holding Ace-Deuce?
Perhaps an Ace or 2 is on the board. Then the opponents won't need to hold that card to beat you. E.g. if board is A 4 6 7 8, and your opponent holds 23, then they will beat you.
Jul
26
asked Table talk strategy
Jul
22
comment Pot odds for chasing a flush against unknown opponent
true but if your opponent will never fold, then you are not getting correct pot odds even if you do guarantee seeing both the turn and the river.
Jul
22
comment What are the measures you should useto tell how well you're doing in a tournament?
Also remember that you should measure stack size exponentially in a tournament. For e.g. the gap between 2000 and 4000, is the same difference as 4000 and 8000 etc. So if you allocate 1 point to someone on 2000, then someone on 64,000 is only on 5 points. Think in this way so you don't get overwhelmed by how many chips they have.
Jul
22
comment Pot odds for chasing a flush against unknown opponent
+1 Jim, interesting perspective thanks. I guess the accuracy of this approach depends on his fold percentage to your all in.
Jul
20
revised Pot odds for chasing a flush against unknown opponent
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Jul
20
asked Pot odds for chasing a flush against unknown opponent
Nov
21
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Oct
11
comment How does the strategy for Omaha and Hold Em vary pre-flop?
@RobbieDee, when I play Omaha, I'm alot more selective pre-flop. I look at all the possible 2 card hands out of my 4 cards, and I want see multiple good texas holdém starting hands that can be made. In addition, I also like hands that have either a high pair, or 2 ways of making a flush E.g. AcJcKd8d. Remember great hands are more common in omaha, and top pair just won't cut it anymore. Flushes and full houses are the usual winners. If the board becomes paired, suspect a full house from a strong bet.
Jan
10
comment Do previous bets count towards All-In raises?
Player A only has to bet as much as the maximum previous bet. That is player B, who bet $10. Since A has $11, he only has to call the amount up to $10 to call the "all-in" thus he still keeps his extra $1 despite calling the all in.
Jan
6
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