Ibeatyouraces
Ibeatyouraces
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May 18th, 2015 at 10:28:41 AM permalink
Quote: teliot

My article on one dealer hole-card in UTH is complete -- Grosjean's strategy gets it right on the pre-Flop decision about 96.6% of the time, but there are a couple of rough edges:

http://apheat.net/2015/05/18/ultimate-texas-holdem-hole-card-play-one-dealer-card/


Read it already. Close enough where it doesn't make much of a difference, like 16 vs 10 in bj. Hand dealing this game is just slow and painful. Watched many times in Vegas. They'll lose more than the 13% by dealing a lot less hands, especially from the civilians who play at an enormous HE. It comes down to proper dealing techniques and supervisors doing their jobs.

What I, and many others, would like you to "discuss" with your clients, is how to treat a situation where a player is playing this way. Correct the dealer and no need for a backoff. They'll leave on their own. Also, that known player could be used to find other leaks in other games.
DUHHIIIIIIIII HEARD THAT!
teliot
teliot
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May 18th, 2015 at 10:32:31 AM permalink
Quote: Ibeatyouraces

... Hand dealing this game is just slow and painful. Watched many times in Vegas. They'll lose more than the 13% by dealing a lot less hands, especially from the civilians who play at an enormous HE. It comes down to proper dealing techniques and supervisors doing their jobs.

What I, and many others, would like you to "discuss" with your clients, is how to treat a situation where a player is playing this way. Correct the dealer and no need for a backoff. They'll leave on their own. Also, that known player could be used to find other leaks in other games.

Could I ask you to post this comment to my blog. Or, if you don't want to do that, can I have permission to re-post? You make excellent points.
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