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Old 11-12-2007, 08:15 PM
sirlurkalot sirlurkalot is offline
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Default Applying Stox Book @ 10/20

I've learned a lot from Stox book, but am wondering how to best apply it to loose and passive games like the 10/20 AC games I usually play. It seems like some of the more aggressive moves (e.g. Blind Defense strategies)go unnoticed by the passive donks I often face. In these types of games how much Stox thinking do you apply successfully?
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Old 11-12-2007, 09:47 PM
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Default Re: Applying Stox Book @ 10/20

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I've learned a lot from Stox book, but am wondering how to best apply it to loose and passive games like the 10/20 AC games I usually play. It seems like some of the more aggressive moves (e.g. Blind Defense strategies)go unnoticed by the passive donks I often face. In these types of games how much Stox thinking do you apply successfully?

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you use the book a lot in determining WHEN to apply it, but in terms of applying it in looser, multiway pots the more aggressive HU and semibluffing lines are not relevant - you want to bet and raise made hands for value and huge draws and otherwise bluff very little and try to draw cheaply/when you ahve odds.

lee jones covers these games in winning low limit holdem as does SSHE.
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