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Sep
14
comment Who wins if two players have a straight?
@Grinch91 Its the correct redirection, but I wont close it as its an example of the rule rather than an explanation of the rule itself.
Sep
11
comment Looking for advanced poker tutorial strategies
Just to note, this is one of those questions where it will usually be outside the boundaries of the type of Q's that fit best. However, there are some useful answers here already so i'll leave it open ;) For future reference, please take a look at this part of the help section to get a more detailed explanation of what the site is aiming to achieve. Thanks
Sep
11
comment Looking for advanced poker tutorial strategies
...Other than this site ;)
Sep
6
comment Do I have to show all players if I show to one?
Sure. Go for it.
Sep
6
comment Do I have to show all players if I show to one?
Tough to see or not isn't a reason for allowing players to do it. Did you just try to justify villains angling because lots of people do it?! Also, the rule you mention isn't used everywhere. The London clubs I frequent don't all use this rule.
Sep
6
comment Do I have to show all players if I show to one?
What if villain didn't see it and was play acting? I do think it matters if it's intentional, absolutely. Information is valuable and it should be at the discretion of the players to control it as I'm sure you would agree. It seems unethical to resolve someone spying (also arguably unethical) on a players hand, by forcing the injured party to divulge that information to the table.
Sep
6
comment Do I have to show all players if I show to one?
The hero in this case though didn't show his cards intentionally, they were "seen". You didn't specifically address that in your answer.
Aug
17
comment Best 5 cards and the kicker
It does seem like a duplicate, but perhaps its not such a bad thing to have a few examples of the concept to explain it clearly. If the site ever gets over-run with this sort of thing then maybe I imagine it would be better to close them at that point.
Aug
16
comment How many ways to shuffle a standard deck of 52 cards?
Great example of a self asked question & answer. Nice one.
Jul
23
comment Is there statistically any combination worse than 2 7 offsuit for preflop Texas Hold'em?
Is it right to assume you mean vs a random hand?
Jul
22
comment Is there statistically any combination worse than 2 7 offsuit for preflop Texas Hold'em?
These should be answers, not comments.
Jul
9
comment Position advantage on the table and odds
Having an aggressive player act before me is hugely advantageous, but you dont seem to think that. Why?
Jul
9
comment Heads-up river, first to show mucks. Does second player have to show to win pot?
I've also seen a change in rules recently to what you state in this answer.
Jul
9
comment C Net Adjusted, What does it mean? Should it be low or high?
It would seem based on your current graph you've been having good luck up until now. Inevitably you'll have a period of bad luck in the future, and eventually your luck will be average just like everybody else in the world, ever (on average). ;)
Jul
8
comment C Net Adjusted, What does it mean? Should it be low or high?
A few things that need to be considered... How many players in the tourneys, what game type, adjusted how (for rake or EV or...), same buy in per tourney or not, is the poker provider regulated & do they publish audited hand data? I can only hope your assumptions are based on data and not how you feel. 30 or so tourneys isn't even enough to make fair assumptions about heads up tourneys.
Jun
26
comment various small questions
Consider separating these out into individual questions. It suits the site better and I know you'll get more detailed, focused responses that way.
Jun
4
comment How to decide winner between equal double pairs in Texas holdem?
This isn't clear to me. Are there board cards? Player A has what? Player B has what?
May
1
comment Out, how do you calculate them?
There are numerous Q's on this site that cover what you are looking for Daedric. Try this link (poker.stackexchange.com/search?q=outs). I searched for "outs". I hope that helps. I'm going to close this Q as the information is already available. Perhaps the one closest to what you want is here, Calculating Poker Outs.
Apr
27
comment Specific Hand recommended action
@LeeDanielCrocker It may be short, but your comment is more of an answer. It would be great for you to post it as one, perhaps elaborate a little on your thought process :)
Apr
6
comment Should I call 3 bet when having two pair?
Or alternatively use the spoiler feature. Personally I'd omit them entirely.