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Top new questions this week:

Did I play this AK hand well?

Weak online 25/50 cash game with play money. Hero in the Cutoff Seat, Villain under the gun. Villain is pretty loose player with about 2K in chips, hero has about 5k. Everyone up to Hero limps, then ...

asked by ventsyv 2 votes
answered by jms 0 votes

Omaha: Interesting dealer mistake at showdown

Situation: Hero is out of position with KKxx against Villain in a local Omaha cash game. Play proceeds to river, and Villain bets to put Hero all-in. Hero suspects busted draw and calls. Hero ...

rules cash-game omaha  
asked by Clever Neologism 2 votes
answered by Toby Booth 1 vote

No Limit Texas Holdem 6 max vs full ring (9 player) PF Range

My questions is specific to cash games. I have a certain PF range that I play when I am playing 6max (10NL) online that has been working pretty well for me. At 6 max everyone plays a pretty straight ...

cash-game pre-flop range  
asked by pokerplayer23 1 vote
answered by disco beat 1 vote

Tournament play, what would you do?

Pre flop action! Blinds t3000-6000, 2 players Villian#1 is UTG and short stack, moves all in for t75,000. Villian#2 is in Hijack position, doesn't realize Villian#1 went all In for $75,000 and ...

texas-hold-em tournament  
asked by Andres Gomez 1 vote
answered by Jon 1 vote

Texas holdem rules

Do you have to show your hole cards when playing the board in Texas holdem at showdown after everyone has checked and you are in 1st position and declare "I am playing the board"?

asked by Ian Kent 1 vote
answered by jbbenni 3 votes

Straight draw in heads up?

With a stack of 3000, 50/100 blinds, I was holding: 2 4 (not suited) I'm big blind in a heads up game. Opponent matches the big blind, so I end up playing a hand I'd never play otherwise. ...

texas-hold-em reading-hands probability heads-up  
asked by Joe 1 vote
answered by vlzvl 1 vote

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

Can an Ace be low in a straight?

I was under the impression that, in Texas Holdem, "Aces are always high". However, I have been playing online and I noticed that aces are used in a low straight (A, 2, 3, 4, 5). Was I mistaken that ...

texas-hold-em reading-hands  
asked by Tony 1 vote
answered by Chris Farmer 4 votes

How to deal with people who randomly go all-in

In many free or low buy-in tournaments some people just goes all-in every time or bet too high for no reason. This is a bit annoying because it scares me a bit, but also it might be an opportunity I ...

asked by Paolo 35 votes
answered by Chris Marasti-Georg 20 votes
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