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  6-Nov-09, 16:04   #1
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Starting Hands - Limit Holdem - 6 Players

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Starting Hands - Limit Holdem - 6 Players


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Feel free to comment in this thread if you have any corrections, suggestions etc. It's also allowed to ask questions and everybody is welcome to answer them.

If anybody are willing to create a similar table, but for NO LIMIT, please do so and let us know Smile

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  6-Nov-09, 16:41   #2
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Hmm. 404 Page not found. Smile

Is this a sign, that bankrollmob does advice NOT to play shorthanded limit poker. Big Smile

     
  6-Nov-09, 17:29   #3
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I can view pdf just fine. check your browser settings.

     
  6-Nov-09, 17:33   #4
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Posted by Predobar:
I can view pdf just fine. check your browser settings.

Yep. Now it is fine.

     
  30-Nov-09, 04:39   #5
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Nice, think this will be helpful to new players. I think it might be abit too loose though, especially UTG, i'm defintley not raising KQo, KJs or KTs, AJo-A7s UTG, but thats just my style, very tight from early but i play NL not limit, where position matters alot more so i guess my interpretation might be inaccurate.

     
  30-Nov-09, 16:17   #6
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year_bab 
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Nice handselection..
But fold hands like J10o on the button? Limp? ONLY call if the are many players in the pot, I think not you have implied odds to that.

     
  14-Dec-09, 09:51   #7
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Thanks alot babe

     
  19-Mar-10, 12:12   #8
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MarouH 
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it's limit and 6 handed (short handed) so you can play more ranges as they are less starting hole cards on the table, so the play is less tight but still tight enough to fold middle and lower pocket pairs. but don't under estimate hands like KQo or KTs they might as well be in your hands more often then AA or KK and can make you more profits then a premium hand Spade

     
  27-Jun-10, 11:30   #9
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Nice, think this will be helpful to new players. I think it might be abit too loose though, especially UTG, i'm defintley not raising KQo, KJs or KTs, AJo-A7s UTG, but thats just my style, very tight from early but i play NL not limit, where position matters alot more so i guess my interpretation might be inaccurate.


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  15-Aug-10, 06:58   #10
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A list of starting hand for NL is problematic as the hands tou are able to play both in position and UTG can varry wildly depending on the players at you table.

     
  2-Sep-10, 17:59   #11
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Its a very good guide to beginners players.. with 3 or 4 tables played all people can remember without the guide..

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  2-Sep-10, 18:24   #12
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Great guide .
As i've just had sucsess at a 6 seater tour and would like to get the stratergy, if not for me then at least i'll have a better idea as to what some other players might be doing.

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  22-Dec-11, 17:58   #13
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  22-Dec-11, 19:08   #14
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BeMyATMplz 
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There are quite a few leaks in this. 3bet AJs after UTG raise is pretty terrible. Open raising A8o from UTG is also reeeeeally bad.
Folding KJo in MP is too tight.

Just a few things I've seen after having a very quick look over it,just seems like at some points it's too loose and at some points it's too tight

     
  22-Dec-11, 21:46   #15
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jbrooksie 

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Posted by 2-2:
00145697


What? Confused

     
  5-Jan-12, 11:49   #16
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19willem69 
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haha i see no 10-10 Big Smile

     
  5-Jan-12, 13:57   #17
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pochui 

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imo there is no strategy that will help you win, taking into account: colluders (chinese, russian), bots, regs, rocks, super accounts, "strange" software etc.- probably the only good advice there is- have fun, poker should be a great game, don't expect to make millions Big Smile

     
  5-Jan-12, 14:07   #18
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19willem69 
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ha okey thanx

     
  5-Jan-12, 16:18   #19
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rbdflyboy 

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IMO Ryan Fee's 6 max NL strategy is about the best out there...it's free as well.

     
  5-Jan-12, 19:57   #20
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Posted by rbdflyboy:
IMO Ryan Fee's 6 max NL strategy is about the best out there...it's free as well.

this chart is for limit, ryan is for no-limit

     
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