My poker friend and buddy, Lucy, invited me to dinner. She has a beautiful home on the edge of Beverly Hills. She has cooked one of my favorite appetizers, roast beef with all the ingredients.
As we were enjoying a glass of wine while the food was in the oven, he brought up a topic he wanted to discuss with me: “Irene, what do you think about seating and position in a hold’em game?” Good question.
In Texas hold’em, Button – the last bet position of each round after the pre-flop round of betting – rotates clockwise after each hand; so everyone, in turn, has an equal chance of being in the best position to bet on. The same goes for the worst position – the start, and the middle position between these. If you’re on Button, after the flop and for the rest of that hand, you can see what all your opponents are up to before you have to decide whether to invest further in that hand, given the flop and your two hole cards. Getting all that information before you act gives you a big advantage visit evodomino.
So, for example, if a fast-paced player has raised before the action reaches you, you can comfortably fold your mediocre hand that barely meets, or only slightly exceeds the criteria of the Hold’em Algorithm, knowing you’ve saved a lot of chips.
Stored chips are worth just as much – maybe even more – than you win.
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