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Top new questions this week:

Why is position so important in Omaha?

In this "Top 10 Pot Limit Omaha poker strategy tips" by Tadas Peckaitis it is said (emphasis mine): Position, position, position Yes – position. In Pot Limit Omaha, having position over ...

betting-position omaha  
asked by Universal_learner 1 vote
answered by Grinch91 3 votes

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

Best hand versus AA

Statistically what is the best hand versus AA (other than AA) I had read 56, 67, 78 Suited not the suit of any ace 56 being the best I cannot figure how 56 is better Ran on poker stove ...

probability statistics pre-flop  
asked by paparazzo 7 votes
answered by Raymond Timmermans 5 votes

Easy to memorize starting hand strategy

I am not too good at memorizing stuff. Is there any starting hand set of rules or chart that is easy to remember? A little bit of context: No Limit Hold'em the number of players is not really a ...

texas-hold-em learning starting-hand no-limit  
asked by Paolo 15 votes
answered by Christopher Lates 15 votes

What should a new player memorize?

As a new poker player, what information should I memorize? Odds for making common hands? Odds for a given number of outs? Other information?

texas-hold-em odds learning  
asked by Thomas Johnson 5 votes
answered by Unknown Coder 3 votes

Is it correct to go all-in when you have KK?

I was playing a cash game online and I got pocket Kings. If someone else keeps raising me pre-flop, should I go all-in or should I hold back in case he has pocket Aces?

texas-hold-em online cash-game all-in pocket-pair  
asked by CaptainCodeman 8 votes
answered by jmsimpson68 9 votes

Starting hands probability

The following is a passage from Wikipedia on starting hands probability: The 1,326 starting hands can be reduced for purposes of determining the probability of starting hands for Hold 'em—since ...

texas-hold-em probability  
asked by Theo 11 votes
answered by Theo 6 votes

How do I Calculate Expected Value of Shoving, including Fold Equity, in heads up play?

How do I calculate my expected value of shoving, including Fold Equity, in heads up play? I know several factors are involved Pot Size My Stack His Stack My chance of winning if he calls His chance ...

betting-strategy ev heads-up  
asked by Brian Webster 11 votes
answered by Jeffrey Blake 14 votes

What can I do to calculate my odds in a hand?

How do I calculate the odds of making my hand for any given game of poker?

asked by Chad 23 votes
answered by Chris Marasti-Georg 13 votes
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