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Paulo360

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Thanks for your answer Doug! I agree with you! I did quickly compare both calculations, using my approximative method and that HR bubble situations tool and I am getting slightly different results with each methods. The HR method advocate to shove a bit wider for bubble situations than what my approximative method gives me, which seems logic to me. I'll do some extra comparisons of both methods with different prizes and stack depth. I can even post the results i will get if someone is interested. But obviously even if it takes a bit more work, I should always use that HR's bubble tool which give more accurate results.

Dec. 26, 2016 | 4:41 p.m.

Thanks very much for your answer! I did order Applications of NLHE, when i am done with it i'll look at that Moorman's book

Dec. 21, 2016 | 3:15 p.m.

Hey Run it once!
I am an mtt player, mostly NLHE. Lately i am working on improving my game and working on the maths of it. I did already read "The mathematics of poker" book by Bill Chen, which is a great one! And I would like to work on a new book. Do you have any suggestion of a good complementary book? I heard that Matthew Janda's book "Applications of No-Limit Holdem" was a good one, but i don't know if it is a good complement of the Bill Chen's one or if they are both explaining the same concepts . Did someone read both books and can tell me if it is worth the time to read both? Or if I now should read something else? I am also a student in maths at college, so it is ok for me to work with "tougher maths" if necessary.
Thanks very much for your coming answers and good luck at the table! ;)

Dec. 1, 2016 | 6:56 p.m.

Hey Run it once!
I am an mtt player, mostly NLHE. Lately i am working on improving my game and working on the maths of it. I did already read "The mathematics of poker" book by Bill Chen, which is a great one! And I would like to work on a new book. Do you have any suggestion of a good complementary book? I heard that Matthew Janda's book "Applications of No-Limit Holdem" was a good one, but i don't know if it is a good complement of the Bill Chen's one or if they are both explaining the same concepts . Did someone read both books and can tell me if it is worth the time to read both? Or if I now should read something else? I am also a student in maths at college, so it is ok for me to work with "tougher maths" if necessary.
Thanks very much for your coming answers and good luck at the table! ;)

Dec. 1, 2016 | 6:55 p.m.

thanks for those informations anyway! GL at your tables !

Dec. 1, 2016 | 6:52 p.m.

do you know some? I am only playing mtts and mostly NLHE. I am using Holdem ressources which is a great tool to improve on my shortstack's play and ICM situations. But to improve on my deeper stack depth plays, maybe it is good to study this book.

Dec. 1, 2016 | 6:50 p.m.

Thanks ;)

Dec. 1, 2016 | 3:49 p.m.

Hey Run it once!
I am an mtt player, mostly NLHE. Lately i am working on improving my game and working on the maths of it. I did already read "The mathematics of poker" book by Bill Chen, which is a great one! And I would like to work on a new book. Do you have any suggestion of a good complementary book? I heard that Matthew Janda's book "Applications of No-Limit Holdem" was a good one, but i don't know if it is a good complement of the Bill Chen's one or if they are both explaining the same concepts . Did someone read both books and can tell me if it is worth the time to read both? Or if I now should read something else? I am also a student in maths at college, so it is ok for me to work with "tougher maths" if necessary.
Thanks very much for your coming answers and good luck at the table! ;)

Dec. 1, 2016 | 2:26 p.m.

Thank you very much for your time and answer Kevin! I will think about all of this with my friend ! Which will probably even help me too if i do decide to jump in live games!
Good luck at tables! And maybe see you someday at one! Paul

Dec. 1, 2016 | 1:04 p.m.

Hey Run it Once,
I don't have any experience in live poker and one of my good friend is seeking for some advices. He did report me that he can not stay impassive and calm when he is playing. He is for example shivering a bit when he holds the top of his range or he is giving some signs of weakness when he is bluffing. To sum up a bit, he is giving a lot of tells! So I wonder if any of you, could give some tips, to have a better control of his emotions, maybe to hide them more? If you had the same problem, how did you improve?
Thanks very much for your coming answers and good luck at tables! ;)

Nov. 29, 2016 | 4:41 p.m.

Hey Run It Once community,

My question might have been asked a several times, so i do apologize if it is the case.
I was doing some calculations on Bubble Push or Fold situations with holdem ressources and i was wondering if you have any tips to get decent results when we are multi tables? Because obviously chip ev calculations are not right. I thought that maybe i could get a better idea of the right results by doing this following process, tell me what do you think about it.
Let's assume for example that we are 28 left in a tournament and 27 are getting in the money and that we are nine handed at our table.
If i put in holdem ressources only 8 prizes as if i was in ft and we were only 9 left in the tournament and i am doing ICM calculations. do you think that i am getting close results to the truth by processing that way or that i am being totally wrong and that you would advice an other method?
Thanks very much for your help,

Paulo

Nov. 4, 2016 | 11:15 a.m.

Hey Fedor! Thanks for the video. I Hope to see the following parts soon! Otherwise we were wondering with some friends if you were that "F3dOrOwn3D" on the winamax french soft?

Oct. 17, 2015 | 4:17 p.m.

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