Select Page

Renton Theorem aka ABCD Theorem

In poker, we attempt to make money by playing the best we can, making what we feel is the most profitable play in every scenario, making as few mistakes as possible. Assuming you know the exact hand range of your opponent, there is almost always a clear best play, and...

Renton’s Small Stakes NLHE Ring Strategy: Postflop I

Addendum to Preflop adaptations that must occur Dealing with reraises- When you get reraised from position from a typical player, it sucks, and you’ll have to fold most hands if the reraise is substantial, such as AJ/AQ/KQ and weaker cards than that. Oftentimes it is...

Value Betting Dilemma

First, two hands…. \$5/\$10 No Limit Holdem 6 players   Stacks: UTG fakker11 (\$1594.00) UTG+1 GIVEmeSOME99 (\$815.00) CO traheho (\$1062.00) BTN Bttech86 (\$1000.00) SB Hero (\$1095.00) BB zero2lose (\$2772.75) Pre-flop: (\$15, 6 players) Hero is SB 4 folds, Hero...

Renton’s Small Stakes NLHE Ring Strategy: Preflop

Introduction After reading through the latest gut wrenching 19 hands chart thread, I am going to try an experiment. We don’t have enough people writing interesting and informative articles around here anymore. The stickies are becoming stale and outdated. I...

Renton’s Small Stakes NLHE Ring Strategy: Postflop II

Specific hand strategy First of all, these aren’t all the situations that occur. I only chose to outline the situations that occur very frequently. The situations that don’t come so frequently are the ones you’ll have to confront head on and use your best judgment....

Reversing the Initiative in a Hand

Reversing the initiative in a hand (when is this appropriate and why is it valuable) First I think it’s important to define what initiative is, and how it varies. Player A open raises preflop, and Player B calls in position. Player A has the initiative. In order...