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Hand 1 is easy jam. It's always going to be profitable no matter what. 44 is always in my ~20bb shoving range here as you have a hand that can shove profitably, but you don't want to r/c and allow hands that have ~50% equity vs you to shove. I also don't like r/f especially with how active you said you have been. Hand 2 my initial reaction was fold, but I plugged it into holdem resources and it's +.03bb which is very small so I'd stick with fold. I would jam 55 though. (13.8%, 44+ A8s+ A5s ATo+ K9s+ KQo QTs+ JTs T9s) Hand 3 is a fold. Suited is shove. (20.4%, 22+ A2s+ A9o+ K9s+ KJo+ Q9s+ ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Apr 9th, 2014
9 handed sng bubble question
even if he is only shoving Ax+, 22+, JT+ it is still a call.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 25th, 2014
9 handed sng bubble question
It's a snap call because the shoving range groovedeck provided is way tighter than it actually is. You have 10bb so he can profitably shove a 63.5% range. 88 has 63.5% equity vs that range which means this would be a terrible fold. If you are folding 88 here, then he can probably shove 100% because you are just folding way too often.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 24th, 2014
Bill Banning Internet Gambling in USA Coming to the House
Because betting on horses isn't gambling.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 23rd, 2014
9 handed sng bubble question
snap call. Being the shortest stack and with less than 10bb this is a super easy call.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 23rd, 2014
My own worse enemy
play lower stakes so you aren't nervous.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 16th, 2014
Droid App for Live Poker Players
what stats would you want to track' You would have to manually input everything since there is no hand history.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 16th, 2014
Bubble play
I actually don't like shipping and here's why. I think his minraise range is very polarized, meaning that it's super strong or doesn't have enough equity when called to shove pre. Therefore when you shove and get called you're going to against TT+, AJo+ and have ~24% equity. By 3betting and not shoving, you're still getting a lot of hands to fold, but I think you get about the same amount of folds, but when he shoves you save those extra chips. If you raise to 350 with the intention of folding, you're risking 270 to win 264, so it has to work about 50% of the time. If he shoves, you are ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 14th, 2014
what would you do in this spot?
I'm not folding with the sizing you made it on the turn. I really dislike your sizing there, because you're pricing in both of them with all kinds of draws, and missing out on value from worse Kings. As played with a river brick I would definitely call the river.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 14th, 2014
Bubble play
If top two get paid and he's been r/f a lot from a short stack then I don't mind the 3b here because he will definitely fold a decent amount of the time. You can probably go to 360 but I wouldn't really go any lower than that I don't think. I doubt he's ever really calling here, so you might be able to make it like 340 and still get away with it. Once he realizes that your 3b range includes 83o here I imagine he's going to be shipping a lot more which could make this play -ev.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 14th, 2014
Weirdish spot with QQ approaching bubble
Flat. I doubt he's going to flat here behind very often, but I think it's more likely he's going to reshove. If he does flat, just proceed from there. Sidenote...They don't allow huds on Ultimate Poker'
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 9th, 2014
Chopping discussion
Preaching to the choir here.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 9th, 2014
Induce with AK on the BTN
I guess it's ok given the situation and your thought process, although I much rather iso raise the limper and try to get the BB to 3bet me. The guy has obviously been limping a lot, so you should be raising the button here pretty often. If the BB is a competent player then he will 3b here fairly wide and you can easily 4b jam. With how it played out there's definitely no reason to flat here after the raise and call.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 9th, 2014
27 Left - Folded around to our button spot.
First off, you should never be folding here, that is beyond terrible. Second thought, I don't like to r/f here. You have a hand that plays fairly well vs a range that will call 15bb shoves, and just enough that you can fold out some hands that will 3b you. Minraising isn't really terrible here, because they both have relatively small 3b %s and they both seem to have relatively large calling ranges, especially the bb. The only way I'd prefer r/f over jamming is if the players in the blinds are super tight, and are only jamming very strong ranges. Jamming is always going to be profitable ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 8th, 2014
Going Pro-Need advice
Sorry to be the one to telll you this but $3-5k is nowhere near enough to grind $200-$500nl. What buyin tournies do you intend to play' You should have a minimum of 100 buyins for mtts. Not exactly sure what kind of roll you need for $200nl but I would guess $10-$20k would be ok. Do not overlook bankroll management, it is one of the most important, if not the most important aspect of playing poker professionally.
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 6th, 2014
Poker Shot Clock
The idea of a shot clock is great, because some people stall so much during bubbles, end of the day, or for just no reason at all. But I'm not sure the time is correct. I think 30 seconds with a 5 minute bank is much more reasonable, because sometimes you definitely need longer than 2 minutes and 30 seconds to think for an entire day of play. And I'm not sure this is really going to solve anything, as most people don't stall and take forever to act, but if someone is taking almost 30 seconds on every decision, that's still pretty long. I guess if some people take longer than that every ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Mar 4th, 2014
Tips on beginning to multi table
What is poker in your life right now' Are you a winning player' How many hands have you played' You will not get 2k hands per day playing 4 tables for 2.5 hours I can tell you that right now. I play 12 tables at a time (for a majority of the day), and play for about 8 hours and I usually get between 3-4k hands. Also, a winrate of 4bb/100 at $1-2 on Pokerstars is unrealistic. Pretty sure most people that grind $1-2 are going for SNE and most are about breakeven. Not sure about other sites but 4bb/100 is pretty high. And yes /100 means per 100 hands. Predicting a salary is not worth your ...
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 25th, 2014
Are you calling here - K7o in bb vs 6bb MP shove
With all of the stacks how they are at the table, no. Is this a super turbo' There will be a better spot to jam than call here with K7. You have about 39% equity against a range of [22+,A2s+,K5s+,Q8s+,J8s+,T8s+,97s+,87s,A2o+,K9o+,QTo+,JTo]. You are getting 1.72:1 which means you need 36.7% equity to be break even. So I guess it's ok to call, but with all the stacks being so short, I'd wait for a spot to jam instead of call. Some players aren't jamming here as wide as they should be so be wary of that too. How many players are left and what tournament is this'
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 25th, 2014
TT min raise Vs BB shove
snap call. You have roughly 20bb so he's going to shoving fairly wide here. A range that TT is way ahead of. Fist pump get that stack in.
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 24th, 2014
AJs off 20bb vs BB defend off 15bb
well, you're risking 4200 to win 4200. If he calls you have some % of equity so you need to figure that out, and when he folds you win 4200. So if he folds half the time you'll show a large profit here. I can definitely see him folding half the time here. He doesn't need to have a K or a T to call this flop. Also he can fold a T on the turn sometimes. What is the buyin of this tournament'
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 24th, 2014
AJs off 20bb vs BB defend off 15bb
villain has pot sized bet on the turn' Jam it on the turn.
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 24th, 2014
First Set of FTP Payments Scheduled for 2/28/2014
I don't see any info on players who disputed their balances. Am I missing it'
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 24th, 2014
In your opinion... is this gambling?
uhhh...Why does half the field play for free' You're allowed to host poker games dude, just as long as the house doesn't take any rake. I think it may be different state by state but pretty sure that's most of them.
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 23rd, 2014
Micro sng coaching?
Teamviewer is the best way to do what you're describing. You play and share your screen with a coach and he can see how you play give you tips etc. What kind of price are you looking for' Most coaching sessions aren't 4 hours long, usually about an hour or two tops. Most coaches also can't be summoned on your notice so you can't really just say, ok I'm ready to be coached, lets do it, and expect it to happen. Most people need to plan ahead at least a day.
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 22nd, 2014
PokerStars Sunday $8,000,000 !
Fuck I'm going to be in the US for this.
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 21st, 2014
If the USA is the freest, greatest country on earth, then why no poker freedom?
As Wacky said, I'm American. And who decides what a sin is'
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 20th, 2014
If the USA is the freest, greatest country on earth, then why no poker freedom?
You don't understand freedom.
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 20th, 2014
Add-ons in tournaments
maybe in a single table tournament you can talk about ICM, where an extra 3k may not mean much, but in MTT's when you have 12k now and at the end that will be 500k+, there are a lot of situations where having $3k extra early may mean a substantial amount. Taking it to extremes here because you won't always be in a position to fully double up 6 times in a tournament but it's possible; take these numbers: 12 24 48 96 192 384 768 9 18 36 72 144 288 576 that extra 3k in the beginning can end up being a difference of 200k near the end of a tournament.
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 18th, 2014
Add-ons in tournaments
Yeah, that sounds right. Chips grow exponentially, so picking up 20bb now means potential for much more in the future, and even if you're the biggest stack, if you get into a big hand and lose, it can mean you now have a 20bb stack, whereas otherwise you would have busted. The only reason not to add on is if it's a big portion of your bankroll in which case you shouldn't be playing in the first place.
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 18th, 2014
Check my line vs competent player .
Adding on to what Gags said: If he's a crazy player who 3bs a lot and is generally playing a very LAG style then flatting is the best option. It's going to give you a SPR of ~3:2 which means you should be able to fire two streets and get your whole stack in, meaning if he cbets, you can check call, and if he checks back the turn, you can jam the river and he will be getting such good odds to call so he might look you up with a pair depending on the board run out. If he doesn't cbet, you can bet
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P0KERDUUDE
Feb 18th, 2014