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Jan
16
answered The right bluff frequency
Jan
16
comment The right bluff frequency
@SonerGönül A "bluff" frequency calculation is just a weighted equity calculation where you would manipulate the folding frequency of the opponent to figure out if your action was +EV. So, yes, there is a formula.
Jan
16
reviewed Approve open-face-chinese tag wiki excerpt
Jan
16
reviewed Edit The right bluff frequency
Jan
16
revised The right bluff frequency
Changed spelling and grammar
Jan
16
reviewed Approve open-face-chinese tag wiki
Jan
15
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
14
reviewed Approve let-there-be-range tag wiki excerpt
Jan
14
reviewed Approve let-there-be-range tag wiki
Jan
14
reviewed Approve Name of five card Texas Hold'em game?
Jan
13
comment Is it bad etiqutte for the whole table to agree to let someone blind out?
Did you all explicitly agree out loud?
Jan
11
awarded  Yearling
Jan
11
reviewed Reviewed Are there any good Poker hand history databases for free out there?
Jan
11
comment Are there any good Poker hand history databases for free out there?
Possible duplication of "Publicly Available Poker Stats" question. There is a resource for poker hands in my answer here
Jan
9
revised Do previous bets count towards All-In raises?
added 51 characters in body
Jan
9
revised Do previous bets count towards All-In raises?
edited title, tags
Jan
9
answered Do previous bets count towards All-In raises?
Jan
9
comment Potential all-in rules, does any game use this rule?
@clinton my mistake. I mean "B or C". Edited.
Jan
9
comment Potential all-in rules, does any game use this rule?
In your scenario players B or C could open "fold" the flop and still see a showdown for the main pot. I might answer this later, but i can already see that this method is flawed/unfair. Interesting though.
Jan
8
comment Position advantage on the table and odds
Intuitively, I think it's obvious that being In-Position has a positive effect on how often a player wins a hand, thus a positive effect on equity. I'd also say that it would be incredibly difficult to quantify. It would be good to know though :)