- Aug 19, 2016
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it looks like I am helping you
I calculated did you read?
you said there is no exactly EV
I calculated.. I have equation, I know how to do it...takes hours.
just let you know...question1 , question 2 , it is part of the situation in my calculation!
and I don't need to show, your level is not enough for me to share.
I did it. checking is better
or you are unable to compare 7.67BB EV is greater than 7.211BB
or from software's results 7.58> 7.66?
yeah. do not reply to this thread anymore.
there is no more to discuss here!
there is no exactly EV
player is unable to calculate the exactly EV through advanced maths
are totally, and absolutely two different thing
if you not mind read PG's words again.
PG – Tough questions. I’ll do my best!
I think for most small stakes players, they’d do best to focus on one game. The main benefit of being able to play multiple game types is that it gives you more tables to choose from. When you’re playing small stakes, you should have enough tables anytime you want, so don’t slow your growth in your main game by adding others.
Cash games and tournaments have far different skill sets. I think that the highest stakes cash games are much harder to succeed in, but that doesn’t mean that they are more skillful games.
Since there’s more postflop play in cash games, they require more deductive logic and advanced mathematics.
In my eyes, it is the problem of you are unable to calculate the exactly EV and to say there is no Exact EV
this is kind of misleading???
You have just given numbers. You haven't explained how you get to that conclusion.