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With the assumption that all players agree upon this strategy and that no players enter/leave the table, it is safe to say that making an agreement like this would be considered soft play and could be seen as cheating by the organization that runs the tournament. The assumption that the players playing softly in this situation will not be losing chips and ...


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You only continue to the flop with 15% of hands. This means that any thinking player will only get to the flop with you vs. a very strong range of yours. They need to be cautious. They don't have to bluff-catch you, because they print so much when you fold 85% of the time preflop. They can profitably play fit or fold post-flop with you. When villain calls a ...


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Rake percentage is based on the number of players at the starting of the hand or number of players in the pot? The rake percentage typically remains static at some set percentage of the pot. Rake reduction is typically a discount on the rack cap. This is based on the number of players dealt in, which is no different the number of players in the pot. Once ...


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Wow, that would be one of the most interesting games :D If BTN raises, then you know he has a King if he folds, you know he doesn't. So if BTN raises, you just fold from blinds if he folds, you know what you have and what other player has, so there is no game here :)


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This pot will be split between all three players since no one can make a better straight than one on the board. P.S. - If someone would hold Kx, he would make a higher straight and take the pot.


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Well, there is not much you can do if you actually card dead in such a situation. It is not like the same player would be going all in all the time where you could decide to call with weaker holdings. The only option here is probably to shove yourself first or 3-bet shove against wide opens to build the stack but in order to call, you actually need quite ...


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First off, I think there could be a small difference in your strategy mostly because bigger fields tend to have weaker players on average. Therefore you could pass slight +EV plays to avoid busting out if you know you are likely to find much more profitable spots later on. Unlike the previous answer, I do not think that your return on investment is the ...


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