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Apr
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comment Systematic all-in
@TTT I don't think it matters because even as Hero's odd's of winning decrease, his earnings from each win still cover his losses (+EV). Hero's losses still only equate to 100bbs no matter how many opponents are in the hand. I think you can see that too :)
Apr
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comment Systematic all-in
I think the "double bet" strategy you mention is the Martingale system. I could be wrong!
Apr
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answered Systematic all-in
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comment Strategy Against Aggressive, Maniacal Player
What I mean is that you may be called only by a stronger (although still worse) range when just shoving, which amounts to a huge overbet and slightly worse equity! Alternatively, re-raising (not shoving, yet!) may mean villain will re-re-raise with a broader range and thus you profit more by, perhaps, shoving over this bet. It's an overly simplistic example that I make, but my thoughts are that even adding a little nuance to Hero's play here, will reap greater rewards than the initial suggestion you made.
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comment Strategy Against Aggressive, Maniacal Player
Although I believe this is OK, just making a standard raise with the range you suggest and generally playing for stacks regardless of the flop (If it gets that far, without being All-in Preflop) would be superior to just shoving.
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comment Equity calculation at brick and mortar poker
Seriously, experience and practice. Time learning these situations away from the table, using the same tools as for online, will help your live game. I'll think about this more specifically later.
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comment Position advantage on the table and odds
But, can you define it quantitatively?
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comment Starting hands probability
@TTT Oops, Typo. Just mixed them up ;) Thanks for catching that! Fixing now.