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Old May 28, 2008, 8:55am   #21
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Old May 28, 2008, 1:02pm   #22
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It could simply be that you have not adjusted for the rake generator. Unlikely after 4 years but still.

The fish would go broke too fast without some mechanism to preserve them, thus, the trailing hand(s) get an extra redraw on the river about 5% of the time. This explains the reason we see more bad beats online than in live poker. So, to adjust, you must ramp up your aggressiveness and make people fold rather than trap and slowplay.

Plays like the semi-bluff shove gain value because not only do you get fold equity etc., but because your monster draw will be 57% to win instead of say 52% because you are technically behind in the hand. So, this way the rake generator works for you.

This is why you see hyper aggressive six maxers like Gus and Bubble do so well. Its not that they are good at poker, its just that their style accidentially fits the online scheme.

Hope this helps.
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It could simply be that you have not adjusted for the rake generator. Unlikely after 4 years but still.

The fish would go broke too fast without some mechanism to preserve them, thus, the trailing hand(s) get an extra redraw on the river about 5% of the time. This explains the reason we see more bad beats online than in live poker.
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Old May 28, 2008, 11:57pm   #24
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It could simply be that you have not adjusted for the rake generator. Unlikely after 4 years but still.

The fish would go broke too fast without some mechanism to preserve them, thus, the trailing hand(s) get an extra redraw on the river about 5% of the time. This explains the reason we see more bad beats online than in live poker. So, to adjust, you must ramp up your aggressiveness and make people fold rather than trap and slowplay.

Plays like the semi-bluff shove gain value because not only do you get fold equity etc., but because your monster draw will be 57% to win instead of say 52% because you are technically behind in the hand. So, this way the rake generator works for you.

This is why you see hyper aggressive six maxers like Gus and Bubble do so well. Its not that they are good at poker, its just that their style accidentially fits the online scheme.

Hope this helps.
lol.

On the off chance that this isn't a level, I'd like to point out that if you are 52% to win a hand on the flop, then you aren't "technically behind." You are fucking ahead, plain and simple.
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Old May 29, 2008, 12:35am   #25
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I'd like to point out that if you are 52% to win a hand on the flop, then you aren't "technically behind." You are fucking ahead, plain and simple.
FUCK! That explains why I always lose with a full wrap straight flush draw in lolmaha. I'm technically ahead (so the rigginator knocks off some %) but I'm actually behind in the hand, so it gets confused and has to 1 outer me a few times before it can reset to regular rigged levels.
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Old May 29, 2008, 5:31am   #26
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FUCK! That explains why I always lose with a full wrap straight flush draw in lolmaha. I'm technically ahead (so the rigginator knocks off some %) but I'm actually behind in the hand, so it gets confused and has to 1 outer me a few times before it can reset to regular rigged levels.
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