Bingo queen.

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    • pahismail
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      - Juha
    • VorpalF2F
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      If you use the letter T for the card "Ten" poker players will understand what you mean by that.

      Whether we'll be able to understand your chart, on the other hand...

      Care to explain it to us?

      All the best,
      VS
    • pahismail
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      This was my first starting hand chart. This is totally full deck "bingo queen". My experience is, one to four year players play that all "random". As you see it is all there but my experience (four year) has changed it little bit and i think so, we can play it different parts by calling or betting or raising or folding.

      TO THE FIRST CHART:

      - That first black area is for very aggressive play and you should go all - in with those combos.

      - Green line is totally different (rookies (overplay) go broken with these against aggressive (black area) players).

      - Underlined is rookies too, they use to be calling stations with those combos, they just can't let it go.

      - Fourth there is that "bingo queen (best numbers against, even black area)", that you get after playing four year.

      - Fifth there's somekind "plan" to heads up games, use those high card combos (best % of deck) and you not die blinds. You can also think about bluff, mixing it somehow like this: AKQ to QAK.

      TO THE SECOND CHART:

      - This is "shit" what you should almost never play. (After four year you'll agree). But it looks pretty, right? :f_love:

      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      There is another chart too, but this is "new school" to me and i'm not use it, but it is better as you see.

      - Blue area is offsuit.
      - Red area is suited.

      It looks this:



      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      If it is too hard. Not even try.

      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      There's possibility bet different to different spots.



      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      This very clear:

      999
      888 - 888poker?
      777 - slot
      666
      555
      444
      333
      222

      Do you know computers?

      986
      886
      786
      686
      586
      486
      386
      286

      It is processor, maybe 9 to 2 handed?

      365 and 366 also famous.

      Anything else?

      - Juha

      PS. 665 > 666 > 667, boy to men...?!
    • pahismail
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      299, 399, 499, 599, 699, 799, 899 and 999. Sounds "last price".

      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      222, 322, 422, 522, 622, 722, 822, 922 are always same too.

      Well, that's a lot numbers already!

      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      Looks this:



      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      All "straights".

      234, 345, 456, 567, 678, 789
      +
      987, 876, 765, 654, 543, 432

      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      Something about straights and domination:



      - Juha
    • pahismail
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      If i play $25/$50. I propably bet this way basically:

      $50: Bingo. $100: High card. $150: Draw. $200: Pair.

      - Juha