SH Tables differences.

    • weezyh
      weezyh
      Bronze
      Joined: 16.10.2012 Posts: 19
      Hello ,i would like to know the differences and meaning between Standart table short-handed , Maximum table short-handed and Minimum short-handed ,I found these in ORC (open raise chart) in Bronze arcticles.

      Sorry for my language I'm not so good at grammar and English too.

      Also sorry if i started thread in the wrong section ,if the moderators could move to exact one ,it would be nice.


      Good day ,weezyh.
  • 2 replies
    • mbml
      mbml
      Black
      Joined: 27.11.2008 Posts: 20,694
      Are you referring to the Starting Hand Charts? My guess is that

      Maximum means that you are playing as loosely as possible
      Standard means that you use an average range
      Minimum means that you are playing tighter.

      So you pick the chart that most suits your style as well as level of comfort. If you feel comfortable playing more hands, then you use the maximum table short-handed open raising chart.
    • weezyh
      weezyh
      Bronze
      Joined: 16.10.2012 Posts: 19
      So if i represent tight play ,i should use the minimum chart? I asking because i playing home game with fishy players and you always want to play agressive cause if you let them have free look ,they always make you to lose big portion of stack. They even call with the hands its ridiculous to call like 24o from UTG. I want to mixup the game play tight and lot of hands. So which chart i should start using or mixing charts up?