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# Question about SH SHC

• Bronze
Joined: 06.06.2009
There are a few things left unexplained (or perhaps i missed them) in the article which i didnt understand in the chart. BTW im talking about silver SH SHC.
Anyway, My problems are mostly with the actions against 1 raise and at least 1 call and actions against 1 raiser (and 1 caller).
First, when is each one used?
Second, what if there is a raise and more than 1 coldcaller, or a cold caller and a limper, when in those cases can you 3-bet?
Third, in the actions against 1 raiser (and 1 caller) table, what does the Small blind/noBlind columns each mean?
• 3 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 25.03.2005
Hi enemaze,

I'll explain it at examples which should be easiest to understand.

It took some time finding that charts.
I will report it has a bad title and is a bit outdated too. If you look at the ORC there is A6s+ an openraise but we changed that to A5s+ as A5s is even better. That change was made over a year ago.

a) "actions against 1 raise and at least 1 call"

That is a B defend range where you call.

b) "actions against 1 raiser (and 1 caller)"

This is a 3-bet chart against 1 raiser and 0-1 coldcaller.

c) "Second, what if there is a raise and more than 1 coldcaller, or a cold caller and a limper, when in those cases can you 3-bet?"

Good question. There's no chart for that. All capping hands of course. The more coldcallers the less equity you need.
I like 99+, AJs+, AQo+ as a raw range.

b) "Third, in the actions against 1 raiser (and 1 caller) table, what does the Small blind/noBlind columns each mean?"

As you already posted some money in the SB you need less equity for a 3-bet but as you are out of position we changed it so that there is no difference anymore.
Just go with the no blind range all the time.
• Bronze
Joined: 01.01.2009
Originally posted by ciRith

It took some time finding that charts.

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