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    • tabledestroyer
      tabledestroyer
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      Joined: 04.06.2013 Posts: 738
      Sorry for my english :f_biggrin:

      Hi, I've been searching for solution but couldn't find it. Could somebody tell me how Nash algorithm works ? I'd like to know how optimal push and calling ranged are calculated by programs such as holdem res calc.


      2nd Question : Nash's table (http://www.holdemresources.net/h/poker-theory/hune.html ) shows how much bb total we need to have in stack or to put more ? for example: someone pushes with 2,7bb from sb and we have 27o. In table its 2,6 but we paid 1bb already so we call or fold ? Or when we push with 42o (1.4bb or less) If we have 1,5bb total we fold or push ? (we paid 0,5bb as SB so we have 1bb behind)


      And last Question: Why that table is different ? http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2129/2289581153_dd8f16b482_b.jpg


      I really can't help myself, can't find answers. That's why would appreciate any help or some clues :f_pleased:
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    • daun666
      daun666
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      Joined: 12.05.2010 Posts: 540
      Originally posted by tabledestroyer
      Sorry for my english :f_biggrin:

      Hi, I've been searching for solution but couldn't find it. Could somebody tell me how Nash algorithm works ? I'd like to know how optimal push and calling ranged are calculated by programs such as holdem res calc.

      Lets say you only can openshove or fold and vilain starts openshoving x range, you adjust your calling range acording, than villain adjusts his openshoving range acording, nash shows ranges when its not possible to adjust any more and all jams and calls are +ev (better than fold)
      How optimal is it?
      Basically when jam or fold is your only option, kinda ~8bb deep because than SB strategy guarantees +ev from SB and not much you can do on BB but to call nash range , but still its only good starting point if your villain for example calls tighter than nash call range, than you can openshove wider because now more hands will be +ev jams, or if he jams tighter than nash you need to call also tighter, deeper if you openjam nash and bb calls nash you will be losing, so you have to use other moves, like limp and minraise


      2nd Question : Nash's table (http://www.holdemresources.net/h/poker-theory/hune.html ) shows how much bb total we need to have in stack or to put more ? for example: someone pushes with 2,7bb from sb and we have 27o. In table its 2,6 but we paid 1bb already so we call or fold ? Or when we push with 42o (1.4bb or less) If we have 1,5bb total we fold or push ? (we paid 0,5bb as SB so we have 1bb behind)

      Lets say you posted 30 chips bb and you have 300 stack, so you are 11bb deep, (300+30)/30 = 11 and you can jam all hends with 11+

      And last Question: Why that table is different ? http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2129/2289581153_dd8f16b482_b.jpg

      Its not nash, dunno what strategy is that.

      I really can't help myself, can't find answers. That's why would appreciate any help or some clues :f_pleased: