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I’ve compiled a short (just 7-pages) e-book, an introduction to the mathematics of poker. It’s basically covers how to calculate your expected value in a certain spot – starting with explaining what EV is, all …

I was playing a live game on Friday night, and someone commented that I rely too much on the “preflop raise, then c-bet flop” strategy. It’s a strategy that I picked up from Daniel Negreanu’s …

Have you ever wondered how well a suited connector does against a pocket pair? Or how likely a set on the flop is likely to hold up against an open ended straight flush draw? Or …

I’m sure that all of you have poker books that you want to read. I mean, no matter how good we are, we can always improve, right?

So, in 2 week’s time, I’m giving away a …

Since my last post, I’ve had some discussions on the 2+2 forums about that hand. And so I thought I’d take a closer look at the hand. I realized I should be considering the odds …

[update: After some discussions on the forum, I realized I was missing something, and so I’ve taken a closer look at the hand. You can read the new analysis here.]

I was playing in a live …

This is a topic I’ve been wondering about, so I thought I’d do some calculations to figure out the best line of play here. So, imagine a situation like this.

Poker Stars $0.01/$0.02 No Limit Hold’em …

One thing about poker math is that it’s not just about odds. A proper application of math to poker also looks at modelling opponents.

So, today I want to take an initial look at this. Say, …

So far I’ve played in two events of this year’s WBCOOP, finishing 233rd out of 1740 in Event #1, and and 329th out of 1876 in Event #4. It’s nice to be finishing in the …

In a previous post, I looked at this example from TrueGamble, and studied the preflop action; concluding that the ideal raise would have been between 2.5x to 3x the big blind, and that the 2x …