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Old 11-28-2007, 07:57 AM
irockhoess irockhoess is offline
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Default Re: but it\'s sooooted

after you call preflop (calling preflop is kind of screwy and doesnt really have a purpose in my view), i dont see any other way to play the flop. I also might fire a few barrels depending on callers, and what the turn is.
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Old 11-28-2007, 08:05 AM
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Default Re: but it\'s sooooted

Relation between stacksize and profitable preflop range is not linear IMO. By this I mean that even if stacksizes reach infinity you can still not profitably call with 100% preflop.

Some hands will not show profit no matter what (assuming your opponents are somewhat intelligent beings). You need a playable hand, and J6ss really isn't. I think preflop is really bad.
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Old 11-28-2007, 08:06 AM
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Relation between stacksize and profitable preflop range is not linear IMO. By this I mean that even if stacksizes reach infinity you can still not profitably call with 100% preflop.

Some hands will not show profit no matter what (assuming your opponents are somewhat intelligent beings). You need a playable hand, and J6ss really isn't. I think preflop is really bad.

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well said
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