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Old Nov 13, 2005, 10:42pm   #21
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never mind fox.

With your previous posts, I assumed either your response was part of the act or you were more subtle than I could understand in your response.
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Old Nov 13, 2005, 10:44pm   #22
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Can you lose with 93 - I thought it was practically impossible.
The only situation I can think of is if your opponent is also lucky enough to be dealt 93, and the pot is split.
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Exactly Steve. 93 is basically unbeatable. I mean look at the HH. I crushed AA. There you go, 93 is the nuts!

Plus, no one has heard my analysis of numerical cards that are multiples of eachother. Its an extra mathematical edge, obviously.
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Didn't stop you playing AA to steal the blinds
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Didn't stop you playing AA to steal the blinds
Yeah, AA is a great blind stealing hand. I definitely dont want action on it, and if I do get a call or raise from the blinds, its easy to let go without getting into trouble.

If it were 93 though, or another hand divisable by itself, I probably would have slowplayed.
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Plus, no one has heard my analysis of numerical cards that are multiples of eachother. Its an extra mathematical edge, obviously.
Does that mean 62 is nearly as good as 93?
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Exactly Steve. 93 is basically unbeatable. I mean look at the HH. I crushed AA. There you go, 93 is the nuts!

Plus, no one has heard my analysis of numerical cards that are multiples of eachother. Its an extra mathematical edge, obviously.
You should bring out a book on this before someone else beats you to it.
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I realise that this is a tough task, but could you write a guide to holdem to try and match Lord Mushroom.
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Does that mean 62 is nearly as good as 93?
93 is uncomparable to any hand
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Does that mean 62 is nearly as good as 93?
Yeah, almost. 62 and 93 are referred to as 3rd order multipliers. They mathematically dominate hands such as 42, 63, 48, and 5T, which are 2nd order. In Sklansky's original version of Theory of Poker he talks about using your multiplier edge in multiway pots.
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