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In response to your post, I would stick to big pairs (99+), all suited aces, and most reasonably connected hands like rundowns.

Just try getting it in with really good equity, and trapping him obviously every chance you get.

Oct. 14, 2017 | 3:08 a.m.

Are you talking about PP Poker?

Oct. 14, 2017 | 3:07 a.m.

Post | Girish posted in Chatter: PPPoker Query

Hello everyone,

So these days, seems to be new portal for online home games. It's just like the old homegames on PokerStars, where you get together a group of people, admin all the buyins/cashouts, and make 5% rake in the process.

Did a little bit of research, seems to be a Singapore based company which claims to have a certified RNG. Have been playing on a few clubs for the last week or so, and it seems like it is artificially generating action. A lot of crazy setups, flushes always come through, KK beating AA preflop is standard.

Anyone know more about this?


Aug. 6, 2017 | 11:59 p.m.

Great thoughts guys, makes a lot of sense. I would also jam in that spot for sure instead of calling because whenever he elects to fold to our shove, we deny him some equity, and almost any pair gutty or even a naked ten for that matter does have 20-30 % equity against our overpair flush draw.

Aug. 6, 2017 | 11:54 p.m.

Comment | Girish commented on .

If the original bettor also calls the bet, then you can lead to charge sets/2pair to draw to a boat, but if it's heads -up, probably check again and let the laggy button think you have a set or small flush and try bluffing.

March 23, 2017 | 7 a.m.

Most probably BB is valuing a straight (Jx) , depends completely on your current table dynamic whether he would fold to a sizeable raise or not especially since you had been pounding on him. People do tend to get stubborn sometimes!

Folding seems to be the right play.

March 14, 2017 | 12:32 a.m.

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