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Apr
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comment Short stack strategy
Bogdan: Thanks. This is exactly the kind of argument I'm missing in the pokerstrategy article.
Apr
12
comment Short stack strategy
Isn't this true for any strategy?
Apr
12
comment Short stack strategy
Thanks for the pointer. It's a good starter, probably, but I've to say that I don't like the pokerstrategy articles too much. I guess they are aimed at a large (willing to pay) audience, so they have to dumb down everything and repeat the same basic things again and again. I'd prefer some source not only telling me the "how", but also the "why".
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Apr
12
comment Is it advantageous to buy into a NL cash game at the maximum amount?
I read: "because the pot grows geometrically". What do you mean by "geometrically"? Exponential?
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Apr
10
answered Considering Weighted Ranges
Apr
5
comment Outs counting correction
In your example with the outs dropping from 9 to 6: When counting with the result 9, you say you need 1 of 9 cards out of 47. In your method where you get the result 6, you need 1 of 6 cards out of 35 (52 - 12 pocket cards - 3 community cards - 2 burn cards). So together with the number of outs, you have also reduced the size of the card pool where the cards are drawn, resulting in a similar probability. The only reason to do such a detailed computation is when you think there is a non-average probability of some of your outs being in some pocket cards (see the answer of Cory Kendall).
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revised What do you do when you are running bad
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suggested approved edit on What do you do when you are running bad
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