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comment Position advantage on the table and odds
phys.org/news/2015-01-em-heads-up-limit-poker.html in this article it is stated that position give you an extra 0.088 blinds. I don't know how to translate it in playable hands.
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revised NL100: Deep Stack Shoves On River. Do You Call?
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revised NL100: Deep Stack Shoves On River. Do You Call?
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revised NL100: Deep Stack Shoves On River. Do You Call?
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comment NL100: Deep Stack Shoves On River. Do You Call?
Well I found the problem, when I selects the combos, equilab include more hands (T8, 89 as straigth) I think it's a bug. I will send a report to the team of pokerstrategy. I have fixed the answer.
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comment NL100: Deep Stack Shoves On River. Do You Call?
I performed all calculation with Equilab. You right, I have put 240 instead of of 204. So the true equity is 36% Sorry :) Well from the full range, if you click on the cake graph near equity value of your opponent, you can choose the combos (straight, three of kind, two pair or whatever you like) that your opponent is likely to go all-in. Then recalculate the value. The little difference may depends from the fact that equilab perform a montecarlo simulation and the numbers converges at the infinity. Anyway because your odds are better then your equity is a simple call.