A poker calculator is good when reviewing hands. Poker is a game of incomplete information. After the hand, you can put in the hands and see the odds. A good way to learn, also it helps explain bad beats.
When you really learn the odds, you start to see why LAG is so effective and why these players are so hard to play against.
For example AK vs J10 is close to 60/40. While you think you have someone crushed with AK, you are really just a little better than a coin flip.
Another example is what hand is most likely to crack AA?
How likely are you to hit your flush?
How likely are you to make your open ender?
When you are starting a calculator can be a big help with understanding the inner workings of the math.
29th October 2016, 8:20 PM
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read books about it... always there are probabilities and chances only. Poker - a play of contrasts) you Can wait for aces, and you the opponent with 23o will win.
29th October 2016, 9:27 PM
I do not use any programs. I'm still were estimated visually. I play a few years and I have enough of my experience for this.
30th October 2016, 12:27 AM
re: Poker & Calculator
Originally Posted by Aleksandra Lipovich
How I can use poker calculator? Are many people use it? Is it helps very much?