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dallasap2

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Yeah that seems fair. The situation that I feel like I should or could change my tip amounts, is like when I raise to $15 get 1 caller, cbet flop and get a fold. I think since that would be $2 promo + $3 rake coming out of a $30-$35 pot, then maybe it would be ok to start tipping pots that are either larger than $50 (max rake + promo) or like you said, 3b and taking it down since there is no drop. Especially when playing $1/$2 or $1/$3.

March 8, 2018 | 3:10 a.m.

I don't always keep track of my tips during a session, but from the few times I have tried it seems that I am tipping anywhere from $10-$20 per day. At 5-6 days a week that can be $200-$400 per month going out in tips. I just can't figure out a guide that will help me be fair with my tips. My casino is 10% rake capped at $5 with $2 promo ([email protected]$10 - [email protected]$20). So playing $1/$2 and winning a $50 pot would be paying out $7, then you add $1 tip. I am thinking maybe if playing $1/$2 we should not tip every hand we win, and maybe tip $1 for pots over $50. At $2/$5 we might tip $2 if deep stacked and we win a larger pot. Thoughts??

March 7, 2018 | 6:29 p.m.

I don't always keep track of my tips during a session, but from the few times I have tried it seems that I am tipping anywhere from $10-$20 per day. At 5-6 days a week that can be $200-$400 per month going out in tips. I just can't figure out a guide that will help me be fair with my tips. My casino is 10% rake capped at $5 with $2 promo ([email protected]$10 - [email protected]$20). So playing $1/$2 and winning a $50 pot would be paying out $7, then you add $1 tip. I am thinking maybe if playing $1/$2 we should not tip every hand we win, and maybe tip $1 for pots over $50. At $2/$5 we might tip $2 if deep stacked and we win a larger pot. Thoughts??

March 7, 2018 | 6:29 p.m.

Thanks Nick, I definitely found this discussion helpful being a nlhe player just making a slow transition to plo games, good luck!

Feb. 24, 2018 | 8:06 p.m.

SB: $144.86
BB: $100 (Hero)
BN: $111.15
BTN open 65%, Fold to 3b 69%
SB is 52/7

Should we be checking our entire range here? Please explain why we would do so and why we would not ever cbet as a bluff? Does anyone think we should have a cbetting range?
Flop ($25.67) Q T A (2 Players)

June 9, 2014 | 9:23 p.m.

ok fair enough, valid points. thanks for the comments! glgl

June 1, 2014 | 2:10 p.m.

edited in wrong box, noob

May 31, 2014 | 4:01 p.m.

BN: 112.32
SB: 162.18
BB: 106.61
UTG: 124.74 (Hero)
HJ: 91.14
CO: 130.72
villain is 20/17, 11% call open, 6% 3b, 50% ftcb after 800 hands
-fish on BTN and fish in BB

Hero is dealt - A9dd
Flop (6.84) T T A (2 Players)
Hero bets 4.56, CO calls 4.56
I was thinking A9 was a cbet bc its less likely he has us dominated and so his calling range will be FD, GS, some pp's
in which i dont want to give free cards. I would check a lot of my Ax to protect my x/c range, but I thought A9 could be a cbet because we dont block any of his SD/FD combos that would call flop. Thoughts?

Maybe cbet our AJo-AKo hands that don't have a heart.

Is my thinking off? Why or why not?


May 31, 2014 | 3:49 p.m.

I agree with fold pre SB vs BTN, would flat BB vs BTN

May 24, 2014 | 3:57 p.m.

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