re: Poker & Mathematical problem
Originally Posted by c9h13no3
I fail to see how this problem is a math problem. Its more of a "what does villain call with" problem.
This is a mathematical question. For those who have never before done this kind of thing, here's a little guidance.Only first aid.When you ask such a question is now important that we played a good hand or not, and trying to right this way we get to more information about the opponent.That is it trying to learn from these problems.One of the issues which can be placed and who I am and if you set a value bet to work or not.o give the correct answer to this question we must ask a couple of sub-questions.First and very important issue is that his range before the flop, the flop, on the turn. Let us not forget that the greatest range before the flop, and that range can not be increased but only to be reduced.when you look at what the opponent before the flop did some things that we can characterize as a very possible of the range, the less possible and almost impossible.Example: 92off in this case is almost impossible part of a range. Here assumes that the opponent is not bad, desperate player.And he knows the game of poker.Now let's go back stim which should concentrate only on the opponent's range.So the question is: Which range-om opponent coming up the river in this situation?