Player 1's hand (best 5-card choice) is 3322A, so two-pair, threes and twos.
Player 2's hand (best 5-card choice) is 55337, so two-pair, fives and threes.
Since fives beat threes, player 2 wins the hand.
So firstly it's a music video, and whatever they're doing isn't poker. However if somehow you're playing some game with a joker wildcard, poker is a 5 card game, 5 aces would win. Both players have 5 aces, CHOP IT UP!
So typically people don't refer to the blinds as stakes, however it's technically still correct. Normally when people stake in poker it has connotations of being connected to a backer (i.e. someone giving the player funds to play).
Anyway in the context at what you've posted:
Lower stake - More common to see people refer to the this as the small blind(SB). ...
Tournaments will have a targeted time, but may generate a winner before or after that point based on how the participants play. You're not going to guarantee a stopping point to the minute.
I suspect that the blind structure that site creates has a "target" round when a winner is predicted, but includes a few more rounds just in case. All the on-...
It is simply when a player does not fold before the flop. Folds pre-flop + flops seen = 100%. If a player is dealt 100 hands, and stays for the flop 32 of those hands, he saw 32% of the flops. I am assuming your talking about Holdem Omaha and other flop games. I would take it a little further and also do the same with the turn and the river.
I'm assuming this is Texas Hold'em. In Texas Hold'em, you play the best 5-card hand you can, regardless of whether those cards come from your hole cards or the community (board) cards. That means a player could make a hand with any of these combinations:
3 community cards + 2 hole cards
4 community cards + 1 hole card
5 community cards + no hole cards
Will the OTG strategy give a positive reward if an opponent plays non-optimally?
I am 99.99999999% sure that the answer is yes. I don't have a mathematical proof, but here are two intuitive arguments:
Play many hands against the Cepheus bot. You will loose money in the long run no matter what strategy you choose.
For the following toy poker game below I ...