Originally Posted by RythmAndBlues
The variance will occur more often if you got lower percentage when you´re all in right ?
I mean deepstacked you will more often have better winning percentage.
For an example AA vs KK preflop you cant ever avoid in 100bb max and thats 80%.
Deepstacked you might call and get a set and you now have 90% with your three kings and because of that you wont lose the pot as often, obviously. = Less variance right ?
I know what your saying but its wrong.
Basically the advantages of having a deepstack are that your implied odds
increase due to the size of the stacks, which means you can now call in position with hands that you would fold with a normal stack.
It also makes it possible to call 3-bets for set value, which you normally wouldn't be able to do with a regular size stack, well not profitably anyway, LR.
You can now call, in pos with SC, Axs after a cold call for value, but only in pos.
Lots of other concepts like 4-bet bluffing
with high-fold equity, not going into great detail, but basically its a complete different game where variance (as were effectively playing with 2-2.5 or usual stack) is going to be more significant(bigger swings) than if we were with 1 stack.
If you cant understand that then...maybe i dunno, sit down on one of my tables.