Broadways

  • 4 replies
    • NutzAreOk
      NutzAreOk
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      Joined: 28.01.2011 Posts: 7,409
      I`m pretty sure that all those hands you posted, except all Tx, are broadways. TT+ are pocket pairs and they are never called as broadways.
    • Kokuruz
      Kokuruz
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      Joined: 08.07.2014 Posts: 50
      But why are they then mentioned as broadways in the article?
      If you go down the article and come to the tables you will see the first one NIT and it says that every selected HC there is a broadway?
      So the pic that I posted, those are the only broadways then and if they are I think the article should be corrected, so that some other people won't get confused just like I did.
    • VorpalF2F
      VorpalF2F
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      Joined: 02.09.2010 Posts: 8,910
      A "Broadway" is a straight AKQJT

      So Aces, Face Cards and Tens in combinations could be called Broadways.
      If they are paired, though, they don't count as Broadways.

      If you have HM2, and pick a session on the session report, then go to Hole Cards, find the options "Suited Broadways" & "UnSuited Broadways" then turn them off.

      The hands that disappear are precisely those in the image you linked.

      Also, see the definition of Broadway in the glossary.

      Oh, and welcome to PokerStrategy.com !

      Best of luck,
      --VS
    • Kokuruz
      Kokuruz
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      Joined: 08.07.2014 Posts: 50
      Yes thats why I got so confused because if you look at the article you will see that TT+ is counted as broadway combos but nevermind thanks for your help.

      Cheers.