temba
temba
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March 6th, 2019 at 11:45:16 AM permalink
Hi there, i have a question for the math wizards here - a local casino is offering a Ultimate Texas Holdem table game with the difference that you can bet 3x (instead of 2x) after the flop and 2x (instead of 1 to 1) on the river. Now, i wish i was capable of calculating this - but just when i saw it i was thinking, is this not a gigantic advantage for the player and moves the % in players favour? Just thinking about all the times when a random bad hand like J4 makes a four flush or top pair or whatever and now you get to bet one more unit on flop and/or river?

Any feedback highly appreciated!
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March 6th, 2019 at 3:00:16 PM permalink
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Hi there, i have a question for the math wizards here - a local casino is offering a Ultimate Texas Holdem table game with the difference that you can bet 3x (instead of 2x) after the flop and 2x (instead of 1 to 1) on the river. Now, i wish i was capable of calculating this - but just when i saw it i was thinking, is this not a gigantic advantage for the player and moves the % in players favour? Just thinking about all the times when a random bad hand like J4 makes a four flush or top pair or whatever and now you get to bet one more unit on flop and/or river?

Any feedback highly appreciated!



My feedback would be for you to be vewwy, vewwy quiet about this, learn the best strategy FAST and get there and play it big before it disappears. Except tell me and I'll be on the next spot over. Lol...
If the House lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game.

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