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So the definintion of your worst bluff is when your hand you are betting has zero chance of winning at showdown but breakeven or +ev from folds.
Let's say your trying to define your very first value hand. What would be a more accurate definition:
1. A hand capable of being called by at least 1 combo of worse hand plus getting value from other hands which fold.
2. A hand which will win at showdown above 50% of the time when called
9th December 2016, 6:00 AM
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'worst bluff ... has breakeven or +ev ' is not a worst bluff, its a good one .
9th December 2016, 12:57 PM
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re: Poker & What's a better definition of a value hand?
Value bets expect +EV against their opponents' range when called. Semibluffs combine fold equity with 0 or -EV against opponent's range for +EV. Total bluffs rely purely on fold equity for EV.
9th December 2016, 3:21 PM
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