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Currently: Betting on everything, everywhere.


Aug
22
answered How to play QQ live tournament?
Aug
22
revised How do you play AQ or AK (off or suited) on $1/$2 Live?
Condensed tags.
Aug
22
comment How Can I Tell If My Opponent Is Aware Of My Image/Range?
Thanks. I particularly like the last paragraph. Simple and useful comparison.
Aug
22
comment How Can I Tell If My Opponent Is Aware Of My Image/Range?
I suppose I did have online play in mind when I wrote it so that would be my preference for answers. That said, it's definitely relevant to both.
Aug
22
asked How Can I Tell If My Opponent Is Aware Of My Image/Range?
Aug
21
reviewed Looks OK Is there any poker online software which run on Linux?
Aug
21
reviewed Looks OK Is there an app for managing invitations to a home poker game?
Aug
21
reviewed Leave Open Most common freerolling situations in holdem?
Aug
21
reviewed Reject Interactive texas holdem learning
Aug
20
asked (Simple?) 3-bet Scenario
Aug
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
6
answered $1/$2 Live - Bottom set on flop and facing 3bet
Aug
6
revised $1/$2 Live - Bottom set on flop and facing 3bet
corrected terminology
Aug
6
comment $1/$2 Live - Bottom set on flop and facing 3bet
@sobolan is right.
Jul
30
comment $1/$2 Live - Turned top two pair facing heat (line check)
Not sure so I'll mention it... Have you considered the possibility of A9x and J9x are in his range? Obviously, 99 & 33 are there as well.
Jul
29
comment Is there an app for managing invitations to a home poker game?
This seems like a software question and not a poker question! That said, if you get any interesting hands from the games make sure to post them here :)
Jul
29
asked NL100: Overpair vs Loose Passive @ Wet Flop. Is The Prior Action Relevant?
Jul
28
comment Is a semi-unlimited stack a significant advantage?
Remember that stack size is relative. For example, If you have $60 in your stack, it doesn't matter if your opponent has 2x, 3x, 20x your stack, because your top-end risk is only ever $60 at any one time.
Jul
17
answered Implied odds meaning and usage
Jul
15
comment What is a 'wet board'?
Ok, I see. I understand why you'd do this to avoid difficulty in categorizing flops. I'd say it's better though to consider wetness as "always relative to an opponents range". For instance, if your opponent has no hand at all (mucked), in your definition a board still has a texture which obviously can't be true. It's just semantics I suppose but I like to make discussion as easy as possible through consistent use of terminology :)