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Post  Admin on Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:33 am

All Stackhunter NL-Low- Discussion in here please

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So far, so good

Post  likepisa on Tue Feb 01, 2011 5:41 pm

Played sever 2/5 sessions with the profile, and so far it's doubled up several times, with a profit in the $20-25 range. Probably just the upside of variance, but I keep going out for errands while it's playing, then I come back and the table's gone because it doubled up and sat out Smile

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Re: Stackhunter NL-Low Discussion

Post  Admin on Tue Feb 01, 2011 6:03 pm

likepisa wrote:Played sever 2/5 sessions with the profile, and so far it's doubled up several times, with a profit in the $20-25 range. Probably just the upside of variance, but I keep going out for errands while it's playing, then I come back and the table's gone because it doubled up and sat out Smile
Glad to see you having good results

May have to charge you extra affraid

Naaa seems to be doing well accross the board enjoy

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Re: Stackhunter NL-Low Discussion

Post  Razor on Sat Feb 05, 2011 9:59 am

I tried this profile today and WOW affraid I doubled up 3X today! On A Heater! cheers
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Re: Stackhunter NL-Low Discussion

Post  Admin on Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:06 am

Razor wrote:I tried this profile today and WOW affraid I doubled up 3X today! On A Heater! cheers
Yes its good at that lol

What limits you playing
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Re: Stackhunter NL-Low Discussion

Post  Razor on Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:29 am

Mike,

I've been playing NL5, I tried it for the first time this morning, I set it up and had to go out and shovel more snow and when I got back -Bamm! It Doubled up and was sitting out waiting on me to put it in again on a different table and - Bamm! It was doubled up and sitting out agin waiting on me to set it up again and when I got back the 3rd time - Bamm! What a Schorcher today alot of Fish playing today and this profile just eats em up Twisted Evil

And the money I'm using in the cash games is from the big mtt tourney last night which the Quad & Tournament profile got me in the top 40 which was ITM cheers
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Re: Stackhunter NL-Low Discussion

Post  Kleanthes on Sun Mar 13, 2011 6:59 am

played a profitable session of 10NL with it..... here, though, is a hand that confused me:

Shanky Technologies Holdem Version 5.8.0: Hand: Kc Kh
Players = 5 have KK
Raise
hands played in session = 12
in timer: players = 5, folds in game= 3, raises = 1, checks = 0, calls = 1, bets = 0, folds = 3
casino = UB, game = No Limit Cash, BB = 0.10, Pot = 7 BBs, Stack = 10.35, TI = 0 BBs
In Big Blind
Default Profile: "STACKHUNTERX4", Action = raisemax force
typing 10.45
clicking Bet It
GONNABEME wins ($1.05 chips).

this is 6-max no limit at 10NL....

there is one limper and one raiser.... why allin?
a standard 3-bet would have done the job too...
do you think a shove is more profitable in this spot than a standard 3-bet?
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same spot again...

Post  Kleanthes on Sun Mar 13, 2011 7:03 am

Shanky Technologies Holdem Version 5.8.0: Hand: Kd Ks
Players = 4 have KK
Raise
hands played in session = 126
in timer: players = 4, folds in game= 2, raises = 1, checks = 0, calls = 0, bets = 0, folds = 2
casino = UB, game = No Limit Cash, BB = 0.10, Pot = 4 BBs, Stack = 13.02, TI = 0 BBs
In Small Blind
Default Profile: "STACKHUNTERX4", Action = raisemax force
typing 13.07
clicking Bet It
Flop: 3c Jc 7c
Board: all 1 suit
have overpair
Turn: 3c Jc 7c 6d
Board: No Pair possible flush three of one suit, including possible straights needing two cards
have overpair
River: 3c Jc 7c 6d 8s
Board: No Pair possible flush three of one suit, including possible straights needing two cards
have overpair
GRIDIRON999 wins ($21.25) with (Flush, jack high).

same again....

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Re: Stackhunter NL-Low Discussion

Post  placebo on Sun Mar 13, 2011 8:31 am

usually if you have a hand like AA or KK you want to have all your money in the pot against at best 1 caller PREFLOP! Especially at microstakes 6 man tables.

The plays for me are perfectly fine. You are really unlucky in this imho, but playing like this is best for the bot, in order to eliminate all difficult decisions after the flop.

If you only re-raise unluckiest thing that can happen is you are up against 2 callers with your AA or KK and then your chances to win are much reduced.

Unlucky ... variance.

I heard somebody say on tv: Good there is luck in poker, otherwise Hellmuth would always win Wink


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