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SHC SSS Seems Different

    • CrocHunter
      Joined: 14.10.2008 Posts: 46
      The starting hands chart and the preflop play for the basic SSS section is totally different then what I was using. I was using the SHC and preflop strategy they show in the video tutorial for basic SSS. Has something changed or is there an error somewhere?

      I also notice in ppls postes saying "I use SH" or something like that. What does SH stand for? I can't seem to figure it out when ppl are using SH in their sentences it sounds like some king of a strategy.


  • 1 reply
    • Volrath89
      Joined: 23.07.2008 Posts: 2,171
      Yeah its an update to the strategy, I guess to make it even easier to understand and to read, but it didn't change that much comparing it to the old one.

      Regarding to the other question, "SH" stands for the number of players in the table, and it means tables with 6 players max. (and means Short Handed).

      You need a different strategy to play in SH tables, but if you play SSS I recommend you to stick to FR tables (Full-Ring 9-10 players max)