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  6-Nov-09, 16:13   #1
Starting Hands - Limit Holdem - 8-10 Players +1 
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The topic for this Poker School & Strategy thread is:

Starting Hands - Limit Holdem - 8-10 Players

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Starting Hands - Limit Holdem - 8-10 Players


We have prepared two PDF files for you, that you're free to download and print out so you always have it ready at hand when you're playing poker.

Download them here:

» Starting Hands Chart 8-10 Players (Pairs & Suited Cards Limit Holdem)

» Starting Hands Chart 8-10 Players (Unsuited Cards Limit Holdem)


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

Edited by Administrator (06 November 2009 @ 16:13 GMT)


     
  30-Mar-10, 10:00   #2
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dtmagnum 
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Hmm, I can't open both links=( Have someone else this porblem?

     
  30-Mar-10, 10:03   #3
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shokaku 

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Posted by dtmagnum:
Hmm, I can't open both links=( Have someone else this porblem?


They download a pdf document each. No acrobat reader on your PC?

     
  30-Mar-10, 10:08   #4
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dtmagnum 
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I have acrobat reader, but i have an error : A drawing error occurred

     
  30-Mar-10, 13:39   #5
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kolse 
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In my opinion these charts are too general.
What if someone raises from an earlier position?
Or reraises you?

     
  30-Mar-10, 13:46   #6
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shokaku 

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Posted by kolse:
In my opinion these charts are too general.
What if someone raises from an earlier position?
Or reraises you?

You have to start playing poker.

But remember, those are charts for fixed limit.

     
  30-Mar-10, 14:11   #7
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jporp 

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Thanks for these information. Really usefull. Thanks

     
  14-Feb-12, 11:26   #8
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pawlas 
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that's exactly what I was looking for. I started with a fixed limit last week and I'm not so good (a lot of starting hands) .. this is exactly it .. thanks a lot

sorry for my english

     
  25-Feb-12, 16:09   #9
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mendelburg 
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where can i spend points? thx

     
  7-Apr-12, 14:45   #10
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BaniOnline 
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Thx for the pdf , was a real help, in future make the same for NO LIMIT please Cool

     
  19-Feb-15, 09:16   #11
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lexa66692 

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Hi could you put the starting hands for MTT tournaments

     
  10-Aug-15, 23:53   #12
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aleksey77www 

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Very useful article. You should always keep it handy.

     
  11-Aug-15, 17:53   #13
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Heskor 
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Cheers than admin for the post nice guide sometimes when you start out in poker you dont know what hands you are playing and get kind of lost , at this time it would be good to use some guide or BRM guide to help you and all, so good luck guys have fun at the tables and use those starting hands chart wisely and so on, anyway peace out have fun at the tables and make some good money , cheers mate peace out and good luck!

     
  20-Feb-16, 15:30   #14
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setya22 
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Thank ,,, its good tips for me...

     
  20-Feb-16, 18:13   #15
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damosk 
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(Taking note of the date of the original post). An interesting basic start for players to use. Interesting to see where suited 54 comes in the rankings....... Don't tell PINOTTE or ICE QUEEN ACE about this thread dos it'll start off another discussion about when to play suited connectors !

     
  20-Feb-16, 18:49   #16
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IceQueenAce 
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/me whistles innocently!

(This is limit poker which is way different to no limit and much more skill based imo)

     
  20-Feb-16, 18:56   #17
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superthight 

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yup!!!starting hands well looks pretty good thanks for that very kind of admin.anyway i just read some news on my email and i amazed on very high promotion events going on this year by the bankroll mob .good luck guys!!!! Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
  20-Feb-16, 21:51   #18
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damosk 
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Posted by IceQueenAce:
/me whistles innocently!

(This is limit poker which is way different to no limit and much more skill based imo)


Blink

     
  3-May-16, 08:49   #19
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ibnukh 

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I'm not too good at poker games,, but in a game of poker I hope to get good cards, if I have A card sometimes I hooked and lost Disagree

     
  17-Sep-16, 13:14   #20
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antonis321 

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Very good ,simple , usefull charts on the first look .I have saved them on my pc. Unfortunately I have a problem memorizing all of them , but I am gonna use it on the field , firstly with play money playing limit game , to test it , especially the suited cards on late position I wanna see how they are gonna be played .It 's gonna take time . Big Smile .

     
  17-Sep-16, 18:27   #21
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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So far as I know, in no-limit games you tend to get into a heap of trouble when you play non-super-premium hands such as AQ, AJ, AT, KQ, KJ, KT, QJ, etc., (suited or unsuited), especially when deeply stacked, while in fixed-limit games those hands can be regularly and aggressively played, partly because of the relatively limited negative implied odds.

     
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