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SAGE table

    • slippyjim
      slippyjim
      Bronze
      Joined: 07.10.2011 Posts: 1,093
      Hi,

      Ive known about nash for a while now but have just read about SAGE but the explanation doesnt make sense to me

      R =the ratio of the smallest stack to the big blind.

      R Push from SB0.. Call From BB
      7 PI 26 ................ PI 30
      6 PI 25 ................ PI 29
      5 PI 24 ................ PI 28
      4 PI 23 ................ PI 26
      3 PI 22 ................ PI 24
      2 PI 21 ................ PI 17
      1 PI 17 ................ ANY - One of you is all-in at this point in the chart.

      So the chart says when R=1 somone is all in, so obviously either the SB or BB has 1BB
      But in the following situation R=1 but the BB is not all in

      blinds 500/1000
      SB has 5000
      BB has 5000

      R=1 but the BB has 5BB

      From that table it kind of reads as R is the effective stack size in BB?

      What have I misunderstood?

      Thanks
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