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  12-Nov-16, 00:45   #1
Doyle Brunson's SUPER/SYSTEM -1 
waoz 
Joined: Jun '11
Location: Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 62
SEATING POSITION
There are two types of players you prefer to have seated at your right (in front of you).
First, loose players who habitually draw to Shorts and Cat-hops. Since you play an aggressive game, raising more
than your share of pots, it is important to have that Pair of Sixes call before you raise. Unfortunately, only a few
players are suicidal enough to Cold call a raise with a small Pair.
Second, you want intelligent players who raise liberally on your right. Most of your profit comes from the weak
players, and you certainly don't want some knowledgeable competitor re-raising you with Kings and Sevens right
after you have smartly raised a weak Opener with your Fours and Threes. Position yourself at the table so that you
act after other strong players.
Tight, predictable players belong on your left (behind you). They pose no threat. Those who open with any Jacks-orbetter
hand but who seldom play Shorts also belong on your left. Their presence behind you allows later and more
effective sandbagging. Naturally anyone with a recurring opening Tell should be on your left, also allowing you to
sandbag in later positions — even 7th!
Sit next to players who constantly expose cards.
You'll encounter players who change seats for purely superstitious reasons. As laughable as this may seem to many
Professionals, these seat-changing luck-seekers are helping their chances. They tend to reposition themselves only
when they're luck is poor. More often than not they are running bad partially because of their unfavorable seating
position. A change, even when there is no strategic motive, is apt to be beneficial.
Unless you're in an unusually good position, you should give consideration to changing seats if you've been losing.
That's because other players tend to react to your bad fortune by becoming less fearful and more aggressive. In
effect, they begin to play better. Change seats. If you win a pot or two in the new seat, impress this fact vocally on
the opposition ("I knew this was going to be a lucky seat! You Turkeys are in trouble now!" Blink Players can be easily
intimidated when they feel your luck has changed for the better.
Earlier you learned the importance of table selection. Choosing the right seat will add enormously to your Draw
Poker profits.

     
  12-Nov-16, 08:28   #2
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 4132
Super/System, written and published in 1979 by Doyle Brunson, is one of the first books about poker strategy. The book still contains relevant strategies and statistics although nearly 40 years have passed since the original publication.

     
  12-Nov-16, 08:58   #3
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magatt966 

Joined: Jan '09
Location: Italy
Age: 46 (M)
Posts: 3713
Posted by waoz:
SEATING POSITION
There are two types of players you prefer to have seated at your right (in front of you).
First, loose players who habitually draw to Shorts and Cat-hops. Since you play an aggressive game, raising more
than your share of pots, it is important to have that Pair of Sixes call before you raise. Unfortunately, only a few
players are suicidal enough to Cold call a raise with a small Pair.
Second, you want intelligent players who raise liberally on your right. Most of your profit comes from the weak
players, and you certainly don't want some knowledgeable competitor re-raising you with Kings and Sevens right
after you have smartly raised a weak Opener with your Fours and Threes. Position yourself at the table so that you
act after other strong players.
Tight, predictable players belong on your left (behind you). They pose no threat. Those who open with any Jacks-orbetter
hand but who seldom play Shorts also belong on your left. Their presence behind you allows later and more
effective sandbagging. Naturally anyone with a recurring opening Tell should be on your left, also allowing you to
sandbag in later positions � even 7th!
Sit next to players who constantly expose cards.
You'll encounter players who change seats for purely superstitious reasons. As laughable as this may seem to many
Professionals, these seat-changing luck-seekers are helping their chances. They tend to reposition themselves only
when they're luck is poor. More often than not they are running bad partially because of their unfavorable seating
position. A change, even when there is no strategic motive, is apt to be beneficial.
Unless you're in an unusually good position, you should give consideration to changing seats if you've been losing.
That's because other players tend to react to your bad fortune by becoming less fearful and more aggressive. In
effect, they begin to play better. Change seats. If you win a pot or two in the new seat, impress this fact vocally on
the opposition ("I knew this was going to be a lucky seat! You Turkeys are in trouble now!" Blink Players can be easily
intimidated when they feel your luck has changed for the better.
Earlier you learned the importance of table selection. Choosing the right seat will add enormously to your Draw
Poker profits.



Copy pasting points whore !!!!!!!!!!!!



Please stop it Thumbs Down

     
  12-Nov-16, 09:09   #4
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 4132
Posted by magatt966:
Copy pasting points whore !!!!!!!!!!!!
Please stop it

That guy seemed to have opened numerous threads which contain copied and pasted materials without citing their sources.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Saturday, November 12, 2016 @ 09:19 GMT)


     
  12-Nov-16, 10:53   #5
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waoz 
Joined: Jun '11
Location: Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 62
Yes .. my quotes or points as the lord indicates have their source of origin ... if they want to check my other post. Besides I only help with books to those who need it not to criticize Cool

     
  12-Nov-16, 13:40   #6
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damosk 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Posts: 4873
Waoz. Great posting, but maybe to prevent getting the thumbs down, you may wish to credit your work, or rather the work of others, to the people who actually took the effort to write and publish that material. While I accept that Brunson name is in the thread title, you may wish to consider clarifying in your post that this is not your work but whose work it actually is.. it also saves you getting sued for copyright!

     
  12-Nov-16, 18:36   #7
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Ingrind33 

Joined: Sep '15
Location: Netherlands
Age: 34 (F)
Posts: 543
Hey there, great idea for threads, discussing poker tactics, maybe next time you should use your own view on the article you posted. Also put it in paragraphs so it is more easy to read.

Also if you shorten the story people can actually read it, most people have a really short attention span. So please post some of your own thoughts on the subject you post, this way you prevent it that people will whine.

     
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