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  • ISF – Forming Ranges
  • Posted by IowaSkinsFan on Mar 19, 2017
  • Something I like to do, and what I always advocate people who seek poker help from me, is to break down the elements of poker so we can understand concepts behind them and further apply them. I feel like most of the problems with people stuck at low and midstakes…
  • EV Calculations Tutorial 1: Introduction
  • Posted by spoonitnow on Mar 12, 2017
  • When dealing with complicated poker decisions, it's often helpful to make expected value (EV) calculations. If the decision is a close one, you might not be able to tell at a glace what the correct play is, so these calculations can help you determine what you should do.
  • Microstakes Grinding
  • Posted by bigspenda73 on Mar 10, 2017
  • Most players who are new to online poker will start at the lowest stakes possible, commonly known as “Microstakes”. In general, microstakes are considered to be any poker stakes up to $0.10/$0.25 blinds in NL and $0.50/$1.00 in Limit games. The concept of bankroll management generally escapes those new to…
  • ISF – Five Rules To Beating Low Stakes
  • Posted by IowaSkinsFan on Mar 10, 2017
  • I have to admit, most of my articles give advice that is hard to understand. When you don’t understand preliminary concepts to the ideas of talking about, it’s almost impossible to truly understand anything I or high stakes players talk about. In later articles I’m going to try to use…
  • Playing Big 8 or 9 Out Drawing Hands
  • Posted by spoonitnow on Mar 10, 2017
  • I’m sort of at a weird spot in the development of my game. I’m going to type out a bunch of random crap about common drawing spots with straight or flush draws in hopes that it’ll internalize some things I still probably screw up occasionally. Also, I’m hoping questions get…
  • New Approach to Table Selection
  • Posted by meeloche on Mar 10, 2017
  • Meeloche presents an interesting approach to table selection. Perhaps there is an alternative to just looking at preflop percentages and pot sizes… My contribution to table selection, maybe even a new idea… When it comes to table selection, we still should be focusing on a high players per flop percentage…
  • Half-Stack Appraoch to NLHE
  • Posted by Fnord on Mar 10, 2017
  • General Approach: Buy-in for 50bb. Re-load when you drop below 40bb. At 75bb re-evaluate table conditions. If you don’t like your seat or table, nit it up until your blinds hit, then leave. Tend to leave if you drop 100bb at a table. Advantages to a less than 100bb stack:…
  • EV Calculations Tutorial 4: Organizing Large Calculations
  • Posted by spoonitnow on Mar 10, 2017
  • As we begin to work with complicated poker situations, the difficulty of EV calculations increases. However, by breaking down each scenario into smaller parts and performing the appropriate calculations for each part, the equations become easy. Then you need to simply tally up the results.
  • The biggest leak among .5/1 and 1/2 grinders
  • Posted by IowaSkinsFan on Mar 9, 2017
  • The indepth discussion on the bet/fold and the check/call: I’d like to discuss a really simple concept that is killing your winrate. I discovered it not to long ago. It’s really not that hard, but truthfully for the 1/2 grinder who just can’t seem to move up, and the .5/1…
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