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Gold Charts - Legend

    • TTT241
      TTT241
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      Joined: 27.09.2008 Posts: 452
      Hi!

      I have a look at SHC in gold section.

      However I am confused with the table (0)

      There is no legend and I am not completly sure about meaning of the symbols.

      Expecialy about R / R1, R0, R1 or X/C.

      Any clues?

      TTT
  • 5 replies
    • gape0000
      gape0000
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      Joined: 28.08.2007 Posts: 628
      Well this is gonna be a guess more than anything else but here we go :)

      So basicly the left side of the "/" is if u are first to act or after limpers,
      on the right side u have the guidlines if there is a raise before you.

      R/R1 : means that u raise even with limpers and reraise if there is one raiser, and probably just call if there is a raiser and a caller or more.

      R0 : means u raise first to act, so if u have a limper in front u just call

      R1 : means u raise with 1 limper but call with more

      X/C: means u check in bb and if there is a raise before you than you only call

      C1,2... : means how many limpers u need to overcall

      Thats how i understand it :P
    • TTT241
      TTT241
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      Joined: 27.09.2008 Posts: 452
      Well that is more likely what I thought...

      Any othe suggestions? ;)

      TTT
    • ciRith
      ciRith
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      Joined: 25.03.2005 Posts: 18,556
      Hi TTT241,

      this chart is very old and I on't recommend you to ue it anymore.

      Anyway:

      R/R1: gape0000 is nearly correct. You fold however against a raiser and a coldcaller. That are most of the time hands which play well HU but bad in a multiway situation.

      Same with R0 and R1: I think it's either raise or fold.

      It's a long time since >I used this chart so gape0000 can be very well right as well. :)
    • gape0000
      gape0000
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      Joined: 28.08.2007 Posts: 628
      Well i never used it before but it just seems that the hands u mentioned under R/R1 are only JJ and TT and u can easily overcall with 1 raiser and a caller :)

      Also for R0 and R1 if we look at A9s for example : u should call it in early pos. so it doesnt make sense to fold it in late with 1 limper or more.

      I think basicly the hands without "/" u should fold to a raise
      like QTo or K2s
    • ciRith
      ciRith
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      Joined: 25.03.2005 Posts: 18,556
      Originally posted by gape0000
      Well i never used it before but it just seems that the hands u mentioned under R/R1 are only JJ and TT and u can easily overcall with 1 raiser and a caller :)

      Also for R0 and R1 if we look at A9s for example : u should call it in early pos. so it doesnt make sense to fold it in late with 1 limper or more.

      I think basicly the hands without "/" u should fold to a raise
      like QTo or K2s
      Haha ok you are right then. :D