Phil Ivey's range?

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    • Kyyberi
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      Any two cards. ;)

      To be serious, it depends on so many things that is impossible to answer.
    • VorpalF2F
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      Originally posted by Kyyberi
      Any two cards. ;)

      To be serious, it depends on so many things that is impossible to answer.
      Once again, our PokerStrategy.com coaches do the impossible! :coolface:
    • Tomaloc
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      Originally posted by VorpalF2F
      Originally posted by Kyyberi
      Any two cards. ;)

      To be serious, it depends on so many things that is impossible to answer.
      Once again, our PokerStrategy.com coaches do the impossible! :coolface:
      that was terrible. i approve
    • pharcyo
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      I am more interested in his range out of position?
    • unshpe
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      Originally posted by tourizmo
      Could anybody gives me info about Phil Ivey's range when in position?
      He constructs his range based on the ability of the opponent to absorb the fear that his stare generates. The higher the absorption rate of villain, the wider his range becomes. It's really a beautiful thing ...
    • Rihard4a
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      Depends on table conditions. Pretty much as with any other thinking player it DEPENDS. If you will know his ranges, you won't make millions by playing them. Because many factors go behind his decisions that you might not understand at the moment.
    • FFRRAANNKKIIEE
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      Do you understand these factors Rihard?
    • NutzAreOk
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      Originally posted by unshpe
      Originally posted by tourizmo
      Could anybody gives me info about Phil Ivey's range when in position?
      He constructs his range based on the ability of the opponent to absorb the fear that his stare generates. The higher the absorption rate of villain, the wider his range becomes. It's really a beautiful thing ...
      This. :f_biggrin:
    • Rihard4a
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      Originally posted by FFRRAANNKKIIEE
      Do you understand these factors Rihard?
      Do you?
    • FFRRAANNKKIIEE
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      No, never played live nosebleeds
    • Rihard4a
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      Originally posted by FFRRAANNKKIIEE
      No, never played live nosebleeds
      Then I don't see your question relevant.
    • FFRRAANNKKIIEE
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      You sounded like you know something, thought you would share, thats all..
    • Rihard4a
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      Originally posted by FFRRAANNKKIIEE
      You sounded like you know something, thought you would share, thats all..
      I know something.
    • RakeVictim
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      Saw him once (or twice dont remember) at HSP open 72o then bet twice and took the flop, so it must be profitable. Dont be scared to try it and it may actually work. But dont give up if doesnt work the first few times. Just keep doing it, you should do it atleast 100 times to remove the variance ;)
    • FFRRAANNKKIIEE
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      not sure if serious lol
    • unshpe
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      Originally posted by Rihard4a
      I know something.
      You know nothing Richard Snow !
    • Tomaloc
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      Originally posted by RakeVictim
      Saw him once (or twice dont remember) at HSP open 72o then bet twice and took the flop, so it must be profitable. Dont be scared to try it and it may actually work. But dont give up if doesnt work the first few times. Just keep doing it, you should do it atleast 100 times to remove the variance ;)
      now just take a look at THIS:

      the average player takes <40% hands to showdown.
      so, if you take any hand and raise and barrel aggressively, the odds are in your favour to win the pot! repeat until you're swimming in riches.
    • Rihard4a
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      Originally posted by unshpe
      Originally posted by Rihard4a
      I know something.
      You know nothing Richard Snow !
      Rather bald statement. And that is not my name, you have been mistaken me for somebody else.
    • RakeVictim
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      Originally posted by Tomaloc
      Originally posted by RakeVictim
      Saw him once (or twice dont remember) at HSP open 72o then bet twice and took the flop, so it must be profitable. Dont be scared to try it and it may actually work. But dont give up if doesnt work the first few times. Just keep doing it, you should do it atleast 100 times to remove the variance ;)
      now just take a look at THIS:

      the average player takes <40% hands to showdown.
      so, if you take any hand and raise and barrel aggressively, the odds are in your favour to win the pot! repeat until you're swimming in riches.
      exactly! Villains will never adjust, because they are scared you take Phil Ivey ranges, so you must be sick good.
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