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### Short stack UTG action

Your M is 4 which is in the red zone (as Harrington explains in his zone system), and you have a perfect hand for shoving, even against 7 other guys. Since you're in UTG this makes it an even easier ...
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### What kind of results are people getting with short stack strategies in no limit holdem?

I mentioned the thread in R.G.P (rec.gambling.poker a news group) called "Rose Colored Glasses" about playing short. I tried to find archive but could not. The title meant that the player playing ...
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### Phil Gordons Ace - x rule

Well one way to check the math will be to use some equity calculator and evaluate your AX hand against (X-1) opponents with random hands. I used online calculator at http://propokertools.com/ This is ...
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### Is there a theory of how a novice can be a favorite against a world class player with a stack advantage?

If the blinds are 1 and 2 for a total of 3. Harrington green zone is 20 orbits. At 60 chips the pro is able to pick spots. Pro could play tight get it in 2:1 and still lose a couple early hands. ...
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### Is there a theory of how a novice can be a favorite against a world class player with a stack advantage?

I don't know if there's any theory out there that applies directly to this, but I'd say there's more of a consensus that the deeper the stack sizes get relative to blinds, the better the environment ...
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### Is there a theory of how a novice can be a favorite against a world class player with a stack advantage?

In cash game, this question would make no sense, as players are free to leave the table or add to their stack after any hand, and it would be a bad strategy for world class player to remain playing ...
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### Short stack UTG action

Both you and your friend are correct You: Perfect move It's never optimal to shove AQo with 8 players, especially UTG but you increased your stack by 6900/27000 = 26% Considering the advantage that ...
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### Phil Gordons Ace - x rule

To be honest, that's generally done in poker. However, People overestimate low aces (A2 etc). The funny thing is that it goes the exact same way with low pocket pairs (but that's out of the question). ...
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### Short stack UTG action

You have 9 BB, or, if my math is right, an M of about 1.5. That in itself is when you are looking to shove all-in with just the type of hand you had. In addition, any time you raise more than about 1/...
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### Stack sizes and perceived ranges

There are several components to your question, and I will do my best to address each of them. How should my stack size affect my range? That is a very complex matter, and I will assume you mean ...
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### Push/Fold situation

Yes you should consider limps as action because if you have only M of 2 and he already put 1 BB he gets good pot odds and he is very likely to call. That said with such a low stack you have to take ...
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### What kind of results are people getting with short stack strategies in no limit holdem?

Sorry for the sick bump. First off about me. I used to be an online pro between 2008 to 2014, with my main game being 10/20 6max of NL and PLO, though I have played as high as 200/400. Short ...
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