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Old 10-12-2007, 07:15 PM
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Default Re: Pushbot Charts -- Picking the Ranges

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obviously charts can be helpful, but for a game like poker relying on them is not going to help u get better. poker's always changing so you always need to be making adjustments.

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Well, yes and no. Part of becoming an MTT expert is being an expert pushbotter. Whether you do the calculations on paper, in excel, with SnG Analyzer, or use pushbot charts it's definitely helpful for improving that aspect of one's game. If nothing else, it helps one develop a good intuition for profitable pushing situations, which can definitely counterintuitive at first.
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Old 10-12-2007, 07:28 PM
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Default Re: Pushbot Charts -- Picking the Ranges

One thing I've been thinking of since looking at these is that the "loose" calling range will change pretty significantly with your M. For example, when your M < 3, I'd expect to be called by pretty much any pair, ace, king, broadway cards, and most connectors, even from tight players. I'm not sure how feasible it is to implement an extra-loose range for situations where M < 3, and it probably won't make much difference in the results, but it would be nice to check it out for the worst hands (72o+,62o+,52o+,42o+,32o).

By the way, thanks for putting these charts together. They're a great quick reference guide.
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Old 10-12-2007, 11:58 PM
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Well, yes and no. Part of becoming an MTT expert is being an expert pushbotter. Whether you do the calculations on paper, in excel, with SnG Analyzer, or use pushbot charts it's definitely helpful for improving that aspect of one's game. If nothing else, it helps one develop a good intuition for profitable pushing situations, which can definitely counterintuitive at first.

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Great response! QFT
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