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Currently: Betting on everything, everywhere.


Apr
5
comment Is online poker legal or not in the United States ?
I assume you ask this question with specific regard to the USA? If so, could you update the title. If your question is more general in geographic terms, could you please state that. Thanks.
Mar
30
revised Inactive player problem: Where should the money be distributed in this situation?
Clarified question, formatting, grammar.
Mar
28
comment Inactive player problem: Where should the money be distributed in this situation?
This is such a rare thing that I can't see much use for it as a question! What is there to learn from this? ...As a general rule (online/live), the missing players last action stands, but if that same player can't act on his next turn his hand is "dead".
Mar
22
answered Dead Button in Rush Games
Mar
22
reviewed Approve SB raise in preflop in no limit TH
Mar
21
comment Basic Strategy for Pokerstars ZOOM?
Thanks for editing :). It's an interesting question that i'm looking into myself.
Mar
21
revised Basic Strategy for Pokerstars ZOOM?
Clarified question title.
Mar
21
revised SB raise in preflop in no limit TH
edited tags
Mar
21
comment Basic Strategy for Pokerstars ZOOM?
Is there a way to make this question less of a discussion and perhaps more strategy based regarding "Zoom" pokers unique set-up? In it's current form it's a bit too open-ended and vague. FAQ
Mar
14
revised Is shoving all in with a weaker player the best strategy?
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Mar
14
answered Is shoving all in with a weaker player the best strategy?
Mar
14
comment Online vs Live problem
How many bb's do are you buying in for? What are the stack depths of your opponents? What do you consider a basic strategy (fundamentals) when adjusting to very loose opponents?
Mar
9
revised How does an opponent's all-in range change after showing an all-in bluff in an online heads-up tournament?
Fixed typos, and added tag.
Mar
7
reviewed Approve Giving a short stacked opponent a perfect all-in vs forcing them to over-commit
Mar
6
revised Giving a short stacked opponent a perfect all-in vs forcing them to over-commit
edited tags
Mar
3
asked What topical resources do you often use to learn more about poker?
Feb
28
comment NL400: Live Hand vs Semi-Loose Passive Player At Dry Board. What Would You Do?
The (my) method is nuanced, but I've no doubt you know that. What I can say is that I memorized the hand combinations that make up the top 50% of all hands for a few categorization methods (Pokerstove, Sklansky-Chubukov, PokerProTools) so by seeing one hand I get a baseline of what a potential range looks like. The more hands I see, the more accurate I get. Is that any help? :)
Feb
28
comment NL400: Live Hand vs Semi-Loose Passive Player At Dry Board. What Would You Do?
Like you say I'm estimating, and I only take mental notes. I do my best to stay alert, be accurate and watch everything. For VPIP I count hands played per orbit along with SD hands which I extrapolate ranges from. PFR is just a subset of this, looking for frequency of calls to raises to guess ranges. AF is a post-flop stat (a ratio), where I count for raises vs calls for each street. It's can be alot at first but it gets easier. Knowing the formulas, along with a lot of experience makes my estimates better. Though, table dynamics will affect this heavily.
Feb
27
accepted NL200: Difficult River Situation; Whether To Bluff Or Not?
Feb
27
revised NL400: Live Hand vs Semi-Loose Passive Player At Dry Board. What Would You Do?
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