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Posted on Nov 20th 2006  -  Subject: shorthands
If you decide to sit down in a shorthanded game, what strategy should you use?that of course depends on the other players. Against loose calling stations,the solid pros ,semistrong players, etc.. all depends of the kind of player.
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Posted on Nov 20th 2006
I think you answered your own question, but if you don't hink you have just stay at the table for a while and you'll either work out what strategy works for you or you will be out of cash soon anyway and you'll know that that stratagy didn't work out so well.
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Posted on Nov 21st 2006
play the cards for wat there worth
graeme
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Posted on Nov 22nd 2006
A short handed table must be dominated for make a good work, so play aggressive. Then, if you prefer a passive play, it's better a full ring table. GL AT THE TABLE
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Posted on Nov 23rd 2006
Raise, Raise, and Raise again!!! In short handed game position is even more important. Of corse you will lossen up your range of raising hands and limping hands but your opponents will also do. Thats the reason why you have to raise every hand you enter a pot with. You dont want an oponent to take the lead on you caus he has position when you open limp A9s from EP... Rais it!!!! He may fold his KTo or at least he will be a lot less comfortable to play it and may give you more credit when the flop comes blank for both of you! KJ
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Posted on Nov 23rd 2006
in short handed games position gets more important, but premium cards also get more important. suited connectors and the likes are really worth playing if theres 9 other players in a hand. with only 5 others, you just cant make the same amount of money off them. stick to pairs and high cards, they get mre and more important if you get less and less opponents. play them agressive though, because you want drawing hands out of there.
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Posted on Nov 23rd 2006
A short handed table must be dominated for make a good work, so play aggressive. Then, if you prefer a passive play, it's better a full ring table. Umm, this is the tournaments forum :p
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Posted on Nov 24th 2006
A short handed table must be dominated for make a good work, so play aggressive. Then, if you prefer a passive play, it's better a full ring table. Umm, this is the tournaments forum :p Mmmmmhhh .... So failed to post Fischer013? :-) GL AT THE TABLE
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