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I just read through their list of features at and I cant see anywhere that they have a RNG

Oct. 2, 2017 | 7:50 a.m.

Ive seen videos where the player had a RNG built into the table on pokerstars, like on the right hand side in some free space was a rectangular box with a number from 1-100, the player had some hot key to bash and the RNG would display a new number from 1-100.

How did they get this?

Ive looked at Table Ninja but it says nothing about this feature, and ive googled online to find out but cant seem to find any info.

There must be some RNG's out there for pokerstars players to embed? Any pointers?

Oct. 1, 2017 | 12:56 p.m.

Post | steamedfish posted in NLHE: KK fold or call river?

10/20 3k effective

Hero: card dead for last four hours so v. tight image
Villian: just lost large pot by bluffing into a set. Not particularly good player would definitely flat all hands pre except QQ-AA, maybe AKs and JJ

UTG limps, H K♦ K♣ raises to 80, SB calls, limper calls.

Q♠ 8♥ 3♠ pot 260

Check, check, hero bets 160, SB calls, UTG folds.

J♦ pot 580

Check, hero Beats 350, SB raises to 850, hero calls

River A♥

SB all in, hero?

Aug. 27, 2017 | 10:19 a.m.

Last few months been paying online, last night I played live, playing 10/20 (= 7.5/15 USD) at my local casino.

In the past I have always opened pre-flop with a 3BB sizing when playing live in this 10/20 game, (standard of players here is a real mix of guys who should be playing 2/5). However last night I decided to open for 2.5BB instead. I felt this had three advantages

1) Its a weird RFI sizing opening for 50 every time, everyone else opens for 60, so I felt like it made everyone else feel uncomfortable and awkward which is seems like a positive for me.
2) If I got 3-bet then it would probably be only to 150, not the usual 180 that happened when everyone else opened to 60, so I only had to call 100 more to a 3-bet not 120 more
3) Made me look like an online player which in general has a fairly decent stereotype for being at least a semi competent image, which is another positive

Anyway, why do we open 3BB live and only 2.5BB or less online? Should we open 2.5BB live? what are the pros and cons of doing this?

July 14, 2017 | 7:32 a.m.

In the last couple of years online poker bet sizing seems to have shifted to cbetting 1/3 pot on the flop and then barreling with a pot size turn bet. (well at least at NL200 zoom, this seems to be fairly common sizing from a preflop raiser).

Does anyone have any ideas about the theory behind this?

I understand it causes the villain to defend a wider range on the flop, but why is this good? and why the turn size pot bet?

July 14, 2017 | 7:21 a.m.

Great video, only half way through and already bookmarked for more detailed study later, I'm using Pio a tonne at the moment so this is super helpful, especially the bet sizing. Please do more vids like this.

May 26, 2017 | 8:24 a.m.

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