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Old 07-22-2005, 02:47 AM
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Default Re: Adanthar\'s Robotic 10+1 Strategy Guide v. 1 (early beta)

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i'm gonna sticky this one for 24-48 hours. seems like a good idea.

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Old 07-22-2005, 04:25 AM
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Default Re: Adanthar\'s Robotic 10+1 Strategy Guide v. 1 (early beta)

I have mixed feelings about this...
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Old 07-22-2005, 08:52 AM
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Default Re: Adanthar\'s Robotic 10+1 Strategy Guide v. 1 (early beta)

How come no one has flamed me for my horrendous advice, lol.. I wrote this just before going to sleep:

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"Raise 5BB with AA-JJ UTG or 5BB + 1BB for every limper ahead of you. Never fold aces on the flop. With KK-JJ bet 2/3 of the pot if you are first to act, and fold to a bet or raise if there is an A or two other overcards on the flop. If called, check/fold turn if there is an A or 2 other overcards. Otherwise, bet 2/3 of the pot (or go all-in) again. When the flop is safe, always bet, reraise and call raises until you are all-in." Or maybe just any one overcards is scary enough. And I think it could be profitable to do something like this with TT too. Maybe not raise if there are early limpers.

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I must've meant something like check-folding if there is A or two overcards and betting (when first/checked to) and then folding to a bet/raise or going to check/fold mode if called when there is one lesser overcard than A. When there are NO overcards, then get all your chips in the middle. To a robot-n00b I think OK advice is to always aim for all the opponents chips with any overpair.
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Old 07-22-2005, 08:58 AM
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Default Re: Adanthar\'s Robotic 10+1 Strategy Guide v. 1 (early beta)

Think that this'll work with 22s and 33s as well?
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Old 07-22-2005, 09:20 AM
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Default Re: Adanthar\'s Robotic 10+1 Strategy Guide v. 1 (early beta)

"Think this will work at the 11s?" is a more apt question at this present time.

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Old 07-22-2005, 09:53 AM
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I'm weeping with joy right now.

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That made me spit my coffee all over my desk. Thanks for the laugh. In 3 months you're hoping everyone will refer back to the 'Adanthar guide?'
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Old 07-22-2005, 10:08 AM
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Default Re: Adanthar\'s Robotic 10+1 Strategy Guide v. 1 (early beta)

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Think that this'll work with 22s and 33s as well?

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It's possible that it'd turn a small profit, but if you're playing those levels, you should be able to think for yourself. Not sure why anyone would need a "system" at those levels.

FWIW, there's no doubt in my mind that this would work at the $11's. The hard part is following the system verbatum in real-time.
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Old 07-22-2005, 10:33 AM
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Default Re: Adanthar\'s Robotic 10+1 Strategy Guide v. 1 (early beta)

I've recently (over 6 months) played over 3000 $11's I agree that open pushing early (guide says do this with AA-QQ lvl 1-2) WON'T get called enough under normal table conditions. BUT, there are two considerations I'd like to point out. Perhaps they are obvious...

1) If there are 9-10 players still in and the betting has been 'big' for 2 hands or more, then someone is going to take you on...many times with A4o or 65s. These table conditions are NOT rare at the $11's. But after the first two people are gone the table will generally tighten up (calling all-ins, that is) as reality sets in. So, normally, I wouldn't open push, but the $11's are OFTEN abnormal...alot of the skill in beating them is figuring out which are which quickly so you can apply the right strategy.

2) The two biggest errors people make in the $11's are preflop hand selection and calling too much post-flop. These are easy to exploit early and I believe that it is more +ev to string it out. Of course, you'll get drawn out on some, but you would be with the push as well. Further, decent post-flop play (knowing when to shut the betting down or letting it go on) can mitigate some damage. This strengthens the argument against open pushing AA-QQ early, I think.


But, ok, Adanthar is saying a guide for ROBOTIC PLAY. Then pushing is probably best. Any other approach is going to require thinking on some level, "how can I get the most out of this hand given what I've seen at the table so far?" Now we are past robotic play...


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Old 07-22-2005, 10:41 AM
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Default Re: Adanthar\'s Robotic 10+1 Strategy Guide v. 1 (early beta)

I look at this like the sklansky system in TPFAP. Except MTTs are much much easier to quantify into an 'easy' system than STTs are.

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Old 07-22-2005, 10:45 AM
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Saabpo would've been proud of you.
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