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I am clueless nowadays...Cash game weird spot.
I don't mind trying to play a pot with the crazy guy and having position on him with Q4s. This is pretty interesting. I don't think you are worried about either the woman or the crazy guy, because you should be happy to get it in vs either of them. What you really need to concern yourself with is the solid player on the button. I think his raising range is 24s, 34s, 45s, 46s, 47s, 77 and any other suited 4. He may limp behind 45o just because he is aware of the crazy guy overbetting every pot. I don't think he is ever bluffing here, but I think you beat enough hands in his value range ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 23rd, 2014
I am clueless nowadays...Cash game weird spot.
is this 1/2 or 2/5'
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 22nd, 2014
Poker tracker/ Holdem Manager
Yeah huds are definitely useful playing mtts. I have PT4, and it gets the job done. It can be pretty confusing at first though. I've had problems in the past with my database, and PT4 would just freeze up and I couldn't import anything, had to wipe my database and start a new one and reimport like 200k hands. The support is very good though, they helped me through it, and usually get a response within 24 hours. As far as basic tutorials, youtube is going to be your best bet unless you have a friend who uses it and will show you in person or through skype or teamviewer.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 20th, 2014
Do you think my play was sensible? Unfortunately I ran in to a donk.
They are. I almost replied to this, but then remembered it was presbruno.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 20th, 2014
Official Bankroll Management Thread
$300 would be enough, but $500 would be comfortable, that way if you did have a 100 buyin down swing, you could move down and still have a roll.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 20th, 2014
River sizing with the flopped nut flush vs a small riv lead
yup, nothing to change here, sizing was good the whole way.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 20th, 2014
When r the micromillion replays on ????
usually when the entire series is over.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 19th, 2014
What should I be playing?
Another thing is to focus on ROI and not actual $ won. ROI is a much better stat to keep track of especially when playing micros because the money is just so insignificant. You can't win lots of money without putting up more money, which is why you should stick to the micros and just focus on your game not the money.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 19th, 2014
The Saurus/Assassinato Rap Battle
I thought it was great. Well done, had some good laughs at some of those lines.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 18th, 2014
Facing big turn bet, what do you think?
Interesting spot. Is this live or online' I'm assuming it's live... I think it's reasonable to assume he has either a ten or he puts you on overcards and just wants you to fold. I think calling the turn is fine. VS a ten that doesn't block our outs we have 31% equity, and maybe half the time get the rest of his chips on the river when we hit. Only problem is when we call and brick the river, are we just assuming he has us beat and folding' Would he shove the river as a bluff after we call the huge turn bet' Shoving the turn is also an option, maybe a better one. I think that he can bet ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 17th, 2014
Need some advice on my final hand of the Little One for One Drop
Yeah I don't mind checking to get hands that will fold to try and steal it.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 16th, 2014
Need some advice on my final hand of the Little One for One Drop
Well, you start the hand with 30bb, not sure what they both had, but right off the bat your squeeze isn't going to get either of them to fold, and usually both will call because it's so cheap. You should be making it more like 1600 when squeezing OOP. This flop is not very good for you because it smashes your range, and sure you have TPTK, but it's very connected and the only hands that you will get it in vs have decent equity against you or have you beat. The only hands that will really pay you off here that don't have you beat are KQ, QJ, maybe QT. I don't see AJ or AT calling, and there ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 16th, 2014
Full tilt disputed balance thread
Yeah, what's the latest news on disputed balances' I haven't heard anything for months.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 16th, 2014
200k gtd bovada SMPO event FML
The saying is true, "tough way to make an easy living". Best of luck in the future Erik.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 14th, 2014
How much math do the pros use
Yeah, that's a good analogy.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 10th, 2014
How much math do the pros use
Haven't read the book so I can't say, but there are some pros who aren't that good at the math side but just have a feel for the game, although, I think a lot of those players end up strengthening their understanding of the math behind the game because it is getting tougher, and those players who have a natural feel for the game are already way ahead than others, and to get better at the worst part of your game is how you improve. That was a long sentence. Basically the math is very important.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 10th, 2014
Phil Ivey Leads WSOP Main Event on Day 3
can't be less than 10:1. In a field this big with like 5 days left til the nov 9, there is so much variance for even a player of his caliber. Maybe 25:1'
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 10th, 2014
Folding AA on flop. So tough to do.
Even if his range is 44, A5, 66, we have 45.5% equity vs that range because there are so many more combos of 66 than 44 and A5 because so many of those cards are blocked by the board. This is a call everyday of the week, never ever folding here.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 9th, 2014
Folding AA on flop. So tough to do.
Yeah sorry to rip into you here, but this is extremely bad. First of all, you put him on a range of 44, and A5. That is way too tight of a range to be putting him on, because there are only 3 combos of 44, and 4 combos of A5 because you block two aces, and two 5s are dead. That's only 7 hands that you are giving him here, and are not accounting for hands that he can also play this way, like 66-KK or 67s, A4s even which total 56 combos, not even taking into account his bluff range if he has one. You basically put in $10, and fold for another $9 to win a pot of $32. You only have to be ahead ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 9th, 2014
How much math do the pros use
You really don't need a formal education in higher math to be good, but basic statistics is important. You should know how to estimate a players range, and calculate the amount of equity your hand has against that range, know shove ranges, know the importance of fold equity. A lot of players in the main event are just recreational players, and most will say or act like they are much better than they are. There are also a lot of good players too, most who have a very good understanding of the things I mentioned above and more, these are just off the top of my head right this second.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 9th, 2014
What do we do with 88 pre flop here?
You don't understand equity vs hand ranges doc. AK has much more equity vs his range than 88, which is why we don't fold AK here.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 9th, 2014
Money Bubble QQ Player shoves for 40 BB
lol never folding here. His range is like TT+ AQ+ and heavily weighted towards AK. With him being SB and you being CO it makes it even more of a snap call. Only time I would consider folding is if I had seen him do this only with AA and KK, and he's running like 2/2 over 100+ hands. I could potentially see him doing this with AJo, it actually happened to me yesterday on stars that someone jammed 40bb like that with AJ for some retarded reason.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 9th, 2014
KQs in bb with 45bb, 5 handed facing raise from button - Live game.
Well to be honest, I don't consider short handed my strength either. I like to flat more and play post flop, but sometimes I should be 3 betting pre instead of calling. However, I think KQs is either a 3b/c if you think he spazzes out with 4b shoves, or a flat. It's never a 3b fold, you're only 3betting for value if you are doing that.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 7th, 2014
KQs in bb with 45bb, 5 handed facing raise from button - Live game.
I like flatting here. We dominate a lot of his hands that he opens on otb and will fold to a raise. Our hand plays exceptionally well post flop. I think folding and jamming are almost equally as bad with folding obviously being worse. Reraising is fine, but I don't like 3b/f here so you're going to 3b/c 30bb shove' Just flat and play a pot OOP. Defending KQs here also gives your flatting range more value hands.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 7th, 2014
What do we do with 88 pre flop here?
Never ended up recalcing this as I had other things to do. I may do it eventually, but it is absolutely not bad to be folding marginal spots, and that in no way makes your strategy less about winning the tournament.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 7th, 2014
What do we do with 88 pre flop here?
If anyone want's to recalculate with an opening range of 44+,ATs+,KJs+,QJs,ATo+,KQo go for it. If it's not done by the time I'm done playing today I'll do it.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 6th, 2014
What do we do with 88 pre flop here?
The problem with flatting is we are giving his entire range the chance to realize his equity. On top of that, he will cbet most flops, and you are folding high card flops, almost any flop with an ace, and on smaller flops, if he cbets and you end up gettin it in, you're going to be crushed most times. With a player that is so tight, I think folding is the best play. We may be over estimating his stats here, but given that he 3x's, he's showed tight stats, I think it's much better to fold.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 6th, 2014
Daniel Colman on poker.... Wow
It's his right to deny interviews if he didn't sign anything. And everything he said is right.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 4th, 2014
What do we do with 88 pre flop here?
It's definitely close, but I lean towards folding. You have to keep in mind that even though he's 5/5 over 40 hands, next hand he is going to be 7/7 over 41, so while they do give an indication that he is tight, it's a small sample. So let's give him a very tight opening range of [88+,ATs+,KTs+,QJs,AQo+] which is 7.4%. He will most likely fold QJs, and KTs, KJs, KQs to a raise. If you are raising, I would size it so that he doesn't want to flat...about 1700. There are 85 combos in his call range, and 16 combos in his fold range. So ~16% of the time he will fold and you win $1060, and ~84% ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 3rd, 2014
55$ MTT. 38BB OOP, hitting bottom two against TAG opener. Case be made for folding?
Yeah, and the weighting of AA is a lot less, because he is playing 20/5 so his raising range is there, and I would expect AA to be in that. So yeah, never gonna be folding this. Just one combo of 8s, one combo of 9s, 12 combos of A8/A9, and a ton of Ax that he can overplay, and even JT or something that he can be vamoing for no apparent reason.
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P0KERDUUDE
Jul 1st, 2014