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Short Stack Strategy

  • 5 replies
    • jaytee1990
      Joined: 09.09.2010 Posts: 32
      in my opinion with two or more raises your probably still more profitable to shove because they are unlikley to call you one of them will fold
      especially if another calls. Micro stakes is a bit shaky but still more times than not its gonna work out better to shove especially with raises because you want atleast one caller with them kind of hands because most of the time your a faviriote going into a hand with those cards pre flop
    • HannesZ
      Joined: 30.06.2010 Posts: 16,323
      Hi JHTAN,

      If you have raised and one or more players reraise you, you go all-in with TT-AA and AK.

      If two raises are before you, you just go all-in with KK and AA.

      Best regards,
    • MikeAK47
      Joined: 11.03.2008 Posts: 136
      So fold QQ pre-flop in 1c/2c to a 3bet (from lunatic who we've seen 3bet K10) when you're a SS?

      Surely not?

      Surely you can adjust ranges based on what stakes you are playing and player types, or is this just to keep the SS strategy easy to understand for beginners?
    • vonki
      Joined: 18.03.2008 Posts: 6,091
      Do keep in mind that the starting hand chart is for the basics of the game.

      Once you get more experienced, ofc you can make adjustments to your game but you gotta be sure that you're doing the right thing.

      I would suggest posting hands in the hand evaluation forums, or follow a coaching etc where you can ask the coach live about these type of questions.
    • Hadi
      Joined: 09.08.2009 Posts: 12,303
      Cheers for the reply vonki :)