The only loosing hand was AJs, it occurred 587 times for a loss of $17.90. The number 1 winning hand was AA, followed by KK, and AKo….Thanks for reading
Yes, I recommend any books he has written, though most are for limit
Thanks for the heads-up. Do you recommend the Sklansky book? I’m 100% sure that there’s a definite advantage playing short-stack. You can see the flop without risking your bankroll when they shove. Also, from the flames shortstacking posts get on poker forums. If it didn’t work, no one would make a fuss about it.
Keep everyone informed about your bankroll challenge.
I actually always fold AQ, AJ, TT, KQ, 99,88 to a reraise behind me. Always fold!
That’s surprising. I woulda thunk 77 were the losers. I’m curious to know how you deal with the raises that come behind you when you don’t have AA, AK, KK? The 99, TT, AQ in MP seem the most vulnerable.
AQ being similar to AJ, you’d imagine that with more ppl playing after you, AQ would’ve been the bigger losers.
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