HU strategy?

    • Vasco911
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      Raise the bu about 70% of the time, dont over play ace rags. Re-raise all in if your bet is going to be more than 50% of your chip stack. What am I missing out on here ? lol : O
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    • Berzerger
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      Originally posted by Vasco911
      What am I missing out on here ? lol : O
      About 5-6 identical threads?
    • Vasco911
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      Originally posted by Berzerger
      Originally posted by Vasco911
      What am I missing out on here ? lol : O
      About 5-6 identical threads?
      lol? where are they? I dont see them in the general discussion, or am I blind?
    • Schnitzelfisch
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      Don't play HU as a beginner. Simple as that.
    • Vasco911
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      Originally posted by Primzi
      Don't play HU as a beginner. Simple as that.

      Good idea.


      I got the heads up strategy from a internet video a while back I was wondering if that would be a good way to play it.

      Lol the only time I get in heads up is if I make it to the top 2 in a SnG. :f_cool:


      I tried using the kill phil strategy a few times that works ok heads up in sngs too..
    • Vasco911
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      Thanks for all your feedback poker strategy, it was very helpful.
    • Vasco911
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      Originally posted by Primzi
      Don't play HU as a beginner. Simple as that.
      Ill play you heads up..... ?
    • kingdippy2008
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      Originally posted by Vasco911
      Originally posted by Primzi
      Don't play HU as a beginner. Simple as that.
      Ill play you heads up..... ?
      Dont worry, he plays FL - you wont get a game ;)

      HU is a very advanced strategy which is why the only article to it is in the Gold Section. They simply dont want people going to play HU on NL50 and busting there rolls throught tilt or no proper BRM. Also HU requires a lot of postflop skill, and the best way to learn this is by playing FR, then SH (BSS).

      There are some gold videos on this topic, which i found very helpful in my game overall :)

      -Jack
    • Vasco911
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      Thanks jack, I guess ill wait untill im a gold level and talk about the strategy posted in the articles. Im sure it wont take that long mansion poker is generous with their points.
    • SheepMoose
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      Heads up is easy. Limp all buttons, call all raises, bet pot on the flop and turn, and fold the river.

      Seems to be the thing to do these days. :rolleyes:
    • Vasco911
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      Originally posted by SheepMoose
      Heads up is easy. Limp all buttons, call all raises, bet pot on the flop and turn, and fold the river.

      Seems to be the thing to do these days. :rolleyes:
      sounds about right..
    • VirtuaGod
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      Originally posted by SheepMoose
      Heads up is easy. Limp all buttons, call all raises, bet pot on the flop and turn, and fold the river.

      Seems to be the thing to do these days. :rolleyes:
      Got some guys doing that... guess in Limit it's not worth much (worse... they fold to my river raise after they bet) :f_biggrin: Have to watch/rail some PS member NLHU action :O