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  20-Jul-10, 17:40   #41
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fini 
Joined: Apr '10
Location: Hungary
Age: 39 (M)
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Hi everybody!
Starting poker strategy
Single Omaha hand Hold'emként played
K-K-there are 10-3 at me, From which one two monochrome ones.a very aggressive player cuts (Q-Q-there were 8-2 at him) and the pottal, $1.85-ral unlock the flopon. Approximately $135-yeah yes.I grant what is a very bad game since I should cut. The flop: 8-the 3-5.Omah- Hold Emmel you may perform it in a contrast passively, and you may be a winning player. I had to handle the situation so however in this case, as if single Hold Em we would be in hand. I should have raised it to him. Maybe, how would have granted it. Unlock the turn-you – what is a number eight.

good luck all.... Tongue

     
  20-Jul-10, 19:05   #42
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Pkr_night 
Joined: Aug '09
Location: Lithuania
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 23
Posted by fini:
Hi everybody!
Starting poker strategy
Single Omaha hand Hold'emk� played
K-K-there are 10-3 at me, From which one two monochrome ones.a very aggressive player cuts (Q-Q-there were 8-2 at him) and the pottal, $1.85-ral unlock the flopon. Approximately $135-yeah yes.I grant what is a very bad game since I should cut. The flop: 8-the 3-5.Omah- Hold Emmel you may perform it in a contrast passively, and you may be a winning player. I had to handle the situation so however in this case, as if single Hold Em we would be in hand. I should have raised it to him. Maybe, how would have granted it. Unlock the turn-you � what is a number eight.

good luck all.... Tongue


fini stop using google translate... There are so many logical errors, and the translation is poor "Unlock the turn-you � what is a number eight." that doesn`t make any sence at all lol.

Talking about strategy in short handed play

The best thing u can do is play a lot and get the feel for the game. I would recommend improving your post flop abilities by playing heads up ( it helped me a lot ), and just play in position and be aggresive (not maniac tipe though) Spot oponents weaknesses and exploit them.
Make notes on oponents who are regulars ( usually they play 6+ tables )
Make notes on oponents who are recreational players ( usually the play 1 table )
Make notes on oponents playing styles ( LAG, TAG, Loose passive, Tight passive, maniac, calling station etc. )
And just play your style of poker, control your TILT and just build your experience Smile

     
  23-Jul-10, 16:45   #43
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fini 
Joined: Apr '10
Location: Hungary
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 184
Hello everybody!
Shorthanded Poker is a relatively new form of poker. It is played in either ring game, sit and go, or tournament form, and involves tables with a maximum of 6 players, usually 5 or 6 players. Shorthanded Poker Strategy is different from normal poker strategy, because you have to play more aggressive, as well as play more marginal hands.

Top 5 Shorthanded Poker Sites:
1 Full Tilt Poker
2 PokerStars
3 Bodog Poker
4 Absolute Poker
5 Sportsbook Poker

Good luck all! Worship

     
  9-Sep-10, 20:17   #44
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nuts1 
Joined: Jul '10
Location: Portugal
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 2197
Hi
there s any table Starting Hands?

ty



     
  18-Sep-10, 18:16   #45
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nitroxide 
Joined: May '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 34 (M)
Posts: 3
nice info love it Big Smile

     
  4-Oct-10, 16:07   #46
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supertjc 

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Very informative post.... Many good tips and facts!! thank you for Sharing.

     
  4-Oct-10, 16:43   #47
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MartinR 
Joined: Jan '10
Location: Argentina
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 38
Really nice post. I do play 6 players table often because you get more action that on a 9-10 (I'm conservative, so...) . And since most of the stuff out there talk about full table I wondered many times how would my play be modified. Good stuff.

     
  4-Oct-10, 17:04   #48
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oliver082298 

Joined: Nov '09
Location: Philippines
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Posts: 1011
Posted by dozn01:
sounds all good to me Cool

i think there are a lot of varities playing short stack... for 1; youll never know what your opponent will do with his huge stack.. Smile

     
  28-Mar-12, 11:58   #49
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abhiluv 
Joined: Nov '11
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Posted by dozn01:
sounds all good to me Cool

Worship poker game,ty

     
  28-Mar-12, 20:41   #50
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MasterValon 
Joined: Mar '12
Location: Romania
Age: 32 (M)
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NL 20 for me!

     
  3-Apr-12, 05:48   #51
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gymmy999 

Joined: Mar '12
Location: Romania
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wow.. For a beginner like me this is awesome....I'll print it Smile)) so i can read it every time when I do mistakes Blink))lol... I think It's missing -Don't chase cards and - Don't play too many hands Smile

lol


     
  26-Apr-12, 02:35   #52
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mreid123 
Joined: Oct '10
Location: Canada
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 204
im jw what strategys would be good to build from $25 or a $50 bankroll ive lost over $1400 so far... i can sometimes make it too a hundred cash tables take my money so im thinking about MTTs but i dont know i always get bad beats just before the money or when i just got about my money back please if any helpers let me know...

     
  16-May-12, 01:46   #53
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Aces_Bluffer 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Argentina
Age: 28 (M)
Posts: 78
Wow, it's a very good guide to improve shorthanded style. I use some of this tips, but some are new for me so let's keep practicing Big Smile

Regards,
Aces.

     
  16-May-12, 05:17   #54
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geberchek 

Joined: Jan '12
Location: Indonesia
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 30
not easy to apply the whole strategy..
maybe step by step...i have to try this.. Big Smile
thanks again.. this is helpfull..

     
  3-Nov-12, 13:52   #55
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jimdavies198 
Joined: Oct '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 2
Usefull points there thanks Big Smile

     
  3-Feb-13, 17:57   #56
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PixBJelovar 

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Location: Croatia
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VERY GOOD POST

     
  7-Sep-13, 12:54   #57
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HighCrimes13 
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Tnx,for the advise.

     
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