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A Poker Hand Odds Calculator Is A Crutch by Vince Runza
... the wrong things as being the reason for their success. Most of the time, being able to intimidate your opponent is the key to success. Now, imagine how intimidating it is to face a player who is clearly using a crutch to help them play. Not very intimidating at all, is it? More important than appearances, how you learn to handle yourself in the moment of play will matter more than how you learn to do algebra with poker hands. Using a poker hand odds calculator won't teach you that.

Poker Calculators and The Slansky Group Hand Rankings by Marty Smith
... You may have noticed that while using your poker calculator it displays your hand odds while also using terminology like “hand rank”, “group”, or “group rank” all of which in some way or another refer to author David Slansky’s Group Hand ranking for hold’em poker. Originally described in the classic book, "Hold'em Poker for Advanced Players", Slansky rated all the starting hands and put them in groups according to their similar win rate. By clustering hands based on win rate and strength, ...

How Would You Like A Professional Poker Player In Your Pocket? by Andy Machin
... The first, and most common, method that is used by poker odds calculators is to run game simulations -- a computer at high speed will play hands out to determine what the odds are that your particular hand win. The second method involves using calculations without the simulation -- a useful method for pre-flop play. Pokerbility is the only poker odds calculator that combines these two approaches to provide you with powerhouse advice every time. Of course, what use is a poker odds calculator ...

Poker Calculator Wars Part 2: Poker Spy vs. Hold 'em Pirate by Marty Smith
... While each has some merit as to being quality products, hold’em pirate fairs better in some key specific categories such as getting a quick read on the table collective, an easy to read interface, and the simple odds display, and what could very well be one of the most misleading hand analysis features in a poker calculator. While first running Poker-Spy, my initial inclination was favorable, but upon further use of the program, I found it wasn’t very useful at giving an indication of the ...

Poker Sit And Go Report - Heads Up Control by Marty Smith
... Hand strength therefore, should only come into play when your opponent chooses to call your raise, or reraise your raise. If he just calls and the flop gives you some hope, like say a draw or pair, then you will be using your chips here to take him out of the pot, or use your odds and math skills or your poker calculator to determine your chances of winning the hand should you need to call your opponent’s all in bet. Your main strategy here is to essentially take your opponent’s breath away.

The Psychology of Poker Calculators by Marty Smith
... That may be odd news to some, because a poker calculator is an inherently mathematical odds gadget, which would seemingly help you in certain hands – as well it does. But what it does even better is keep you out of the money losing hands in the first place. Take that KQos for example. I have tested a lot of the online calculators, and there isn’t one of them that advises you to come in for a raise, early position. Those cards look good, especially at a loose table, against foolish ...

What Poker Downloads Will Improve My Game? by Rick Ellers
... Twodimes.net is a poker odds calculator that you can use to tell you the likelihood of a particular hand winning against another particular hand. There are fields for the game you are playing, the cards out on the board and the cards you and your opponent are holding. There’s even a field for dead cards that aren’t in play. A sample hands link will show you how to input the information if you aren’t clear. This program takes all the guesswork out of whether you should have played your flush ...

Pot Odds: When To Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is by Johnny Profit
... Pot odds can help you to win hands you normally would have folded or in the perfect dichotomy fold hands that you are not going to make a sufficient profit. Take for example you are in a hand where you hold medium pair with a fairly strong kicker. Lets say you have Jack Ten and the community is 8 4 10 2 K, you are in the hand with two other people. You have invested 50 dollars and the pot is 175. The final bet on the river made by the first position is 30 dollars and this forces the second ...

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