Originally Posted by mischman
- Four or more gap, subtract 5 points (i.e. A4) Just being nit picky on the example. Should be A6. A4 is a 2 gap.
Sample scores (Don't know if these are yours or came with the strategy. While it should be easy enough to figure out based on the rules above, not everyone is a math geek like you and me. A brief calculation to each could help them.
AA = 20 points
98s = 7.5 points
K9s = 6 points
Also, the way I read it, the rules above for calculation are to be followed top down one at a time. Don't jump around or you will screw up your #'s and wind up over valuing a hand.
Interesting theory. I read an article based on a very similar concept, but it was specifically written for heads-up play. I wonder if that is what this was intended for? Those couple points I noted are the only things I see wrong. Otherwise it is still interesting. Thanks for sharing.
Edit: Also, I noticed that the chart doesn't mention betting. It is stricly reactive (i.e. raise, call, fold). Unless of course we interpret the raise to be bet and call/fold to be check. That could be, I guess. Now, of course, since I'm a math geek, I have to sit down and start working through some scenarios.