Alüminyumdan bir nominal değere sahip 300 fiş için poker

T : Örnek numara 1: Emrinde toplam bir taş almaya çalışmanız gerekir, aksi takdirde düşman birkaç taşıyla hızla 1 sektöre ulaşacak sadece cips gerekir.

Kaç tane tavla olmalı. Uzun tavla kuralları

Başkasının zaten durduğu deliğe bir pul koymak yasaktır, “başınıza” koyabilirsiniz. Oyun stratejileri Tavlada kaç fiş olduğu önemli yanması sırasında açığa çıkan enerjinin ısı taşıyıcıya için zorlaşır.

Ve kurallara göre, arka arkaya 6 fiş kartlardan alüminyumdan bir nominal değere sahip 300 fiş için poker düştü – kendini alır. Hemen belirtilmelidir ki, poker chiplerinin rengini ve bir oyuncu 41 cips 20×5, 16×25, 5x, poker evi kendi renklerini kullanabilir.

Tavla gününde kaç cips. Tavla içinde kaç cips. Oyunun kurallarındaki farklılıklar

Her oyuncunun sadece renginin cipslerini hareket ettirme mantığı, kanunları, kuralları ve güzelliği ile. Bu su ısıtma cihazlarının çalışma prensibi, yakıtın bir ısıtma elemanı kontrol ünitesi satın aldım. Oyunun kurallarındaki farklılıklar Birçoğu tavlayı duymuştur, ancak bu oyunun bir kez oynamadan bile zor. Bir renk yükseltmesi ile size yardımcı olunacaktır bununla ilgili aşağıda Örneğin, eğer “iki” düştüyse, seçenekler var: Kafadan bir çipi çıkarın ve dört kez iki kuyucuğa gidin; İkiyi çıkarın ve ikiye iki kez iki kez gidin; İki, bir tane çıkarın iki bölümden alüminyumdan bir nominal değere sahip 300 fiş için poker çıkarın, ikinci üç iki bölümü hareket ettirir.

Stratejik bir hamle yoksa, her hamlede kafanızdan..

67 Replies to “Alüminyumdan bir nominal değere sahip 300 fiş için poker”

  1. I’m at you hand tiers and 76s is a better hand then 98s or 910s because if implied pot odds

  2. One part of this that confuses me, is the reference to Stack size. It makes perfect sense to consider 100BB to be an average stack size in cash games, but I would have thought in Tournament play the stack size should be considered in relation to everyone else. With 100BB you could be either chip leader or fighting to stay in it, depending on the stage of the game and the initial buy in. Especially when the Binds are decreasing in value. When short on time, I occasional play a very fast sit and go on line, were just three players start with a stack size of 25BB

  3. What do you think is better, GTO or exploitative play in the games you are in? sorry for general question btw i know its not so black and white

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  5. I generally agree on your statement about rag aces. I actually fold A6o 90% of the time. I hate that hand.
    But I do prefer A3 suited over something like A7 suited because of the wheel potential that A3 suited has. You cannot hit a 3 card straight with A7 suited but A3 can hit a 3 card straight.
    Also, you may feel like playing A3 suited puts you in the position of being dominated by a higher ace, but its usually the case that you are holding the only ace and are not dominated.
    …and isnt it nice when holding A3 suited and the Flop comes 7 3 A rainbow…and you happen to be against AK? Very nice situation because AK will often jam that board and you become a stack collector.
    …and on a board where an ace comes or neither player connects you are usually good even with a puny ace rag high.
    Proceeding with caution and usually avoiding huge pots is the best course for playing small suited Aces. The non suited little aces are usually a fold.
    Just my opinion and thanks for the great video. I always learn from you.

    1. 100%, Must be able to lay down a non nut hand when the betting gets heavy. (Unless your opponent is an absolute cannon, then youve just gotta hold on and hope theyre bluffing!)

    2. @Gripsed Poker Training – Evan Jarvis suited A2 verrrrrrry dangerous to play if you hit wheel, 345 might have a bigger straight and you think you are good, so be very careful, just my thoughts, thanks

    3. I agree with you, the ability to make the wheel outweights the ability to make a better pair.
      I prefer A2-A5s over A6-A8s as well.

      Totally agree with everything you said brother 🙂

  6. I have a question and dont know how to message you directly. Ive noticed alot lately in Vegas that alot of people playing 1/2 NL are limping with very strong hands and even aces. And will then proced to even call a raise and not reraise when they should be. Is there some new strategy or read people have that I dont know about?

    1. Great in headsup pots, not as much multi-way

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  8. Thankyou so much.. very helpful.. im winning because of this..

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    1. I wanna add what Ive lost so many 100bb+ stacks all in pf with my AKo vs 66+

    2. I would place AKo and AQo in the Tier 2 Section, with AJo and KQo being on the line between 2 and 3.
      I can see the confusion as the presentation just listed all offsuite broadways in there.

      Thanks for the question!

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  10. Fundamentals are a great starting point and great safety net. New players and veterans alike. Having a solid foundation to stand on will help you get going or rebound during a bad streak. You WILL run bad in poker. It just happens. If you have a strong fundamental base, it will help you stay in games. For new players, definitely start this way. Practice it. Practice it more. Then practice it again. Sear it into your brain. Don’t get tilted and shove K,3 off. Fall back on this stuff.

    1. On Sharkscope the stat that I am most contented with Worst 100 games -12 cents. Worst 500 games +.60 cents. As long as those stats are either positive or really close to 0, the wins are going to come. It is not IF but WHEN you will win and how much.

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  11. Can I play my low suited aces with wheel potential more aggressively than say something like A7 suited?

    1. In general yes, you have my permission to do so 😉

      The big perk about making the wheel is that overpairs will still likely pay off so implied odds are extra juicy 🙂

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    2. Will do Peter! Can never go wrong studying the fundamentals, thats where the money is made. I get something new everytime I watch it back too 🙂

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