Monday, August 27, 2007

Link Monday

Q&A #83: Adjusting to a Deeper Stack AKA What's Wrong With Playing for the Big Score: I like Ed Miller's thoughts on the need to bluff with connectors.

Folding the Nuts: PLO fun here with Todd Brunson.

Sometimes juicy-looking drawing hands have horrible equity on high card boards. I found it interesting how low the odds for my top pair Kings with an open-ended straight draw fell when my opponent held the AA overpair, which naturally robbed me of some outs.

Calling Reraises with Suited Connectors: This post by Fuel stuck with me. I much prefer to play suited connectors in position, but regardless of position they can pay off when they flop big.

3 comments:

JL514 said...

Gnome, have I ever told you you're easily one of my favorite bloggers? I don't know why you don't get more commenters, I love reading your stuff, it's exciting, educational, and well written. Keep it up, man.

Hammer Player a.k.a Hoyazo said...

What jl514 said.

Gnome said...

Thanks! I really appreciate the compliments.