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With a stack this short, all you have to do is decide whether to shove or fold. Here Adam Stemple has been playing poker professionally for 10 years. When you reach six big blinds, it can become correct to raise even wider than the charts suggest. Poker Strategy: Big Blind Math and Big Blinds.


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I was looking at the Push fold charts suggested in a PokerXfactor video by stranger. Join Date: Nov Posts: Pushing with 10 big blinds Since you'​re all-in after you shove, the game is relatively easy to calculate. There is a tendency for people to not vary there blind defence hands enough.


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While typical push-fold play is 10 big blinds or less, there are situations where you 12 big blinds on the button and the push-fold charts say to open shove with 22+, Villain may, also, fold the big blind too often, allowing you to steal cheaply​.


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Updated Chart: 50+ Free Casino Apps A shove here will take down the pot most of the time and add 20% to my stack. Playing a short stack well from the big blind can be a delicate balancing act. big blind and finally decide to take a stand and resteal for their last 10 big blinds with a hand like {a-} {}.


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When your stack becomes small, 12 big blinds or less, your preflop strategy should be Our charts instantly tell you whether you should shove or fold based on your If you make more than one mistake, use the Blind and Position buttons at the If you want to adjust for 10% tighter, then we remove the 10% of hands from.


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If villain never folds, they will lose money, because you'll just be getting your money in as an underdog. In most games, villains don't actually call as wide as the Nash charts indicate, so it's generally profitable to jam as per the charts. SpewingIsMyMove answered that question in the post you quoted! Why not shove wider than the 10bb shoving chart? What program do you use to make a call when utg shoves 15bb deep and you are in the BB? In tournaments, most of your money is made from fold equity, which means the basic strategy in the end game is that you often shove to steal blinds, but mostly fold to shoves to stay alive. Taking the two extremes, if a player always folds to any raise, you should bet every single hand. I assume these were folds but im thinking these might possibly be calls when you are in the BB? With hands at the bottom of the shoving and calling ranges, mixed frequencies can add a tiny bit of EV. Charts are only a guideline. Besides something trivial like Pokerstove to check the equity of a specific hand vs. If you jam X bb to steal 1. As an aside, in multiplayer games, where everyone has a different stack size, it's impossible to have a "chart" for every possible pre-flop occurrence. What about 33 or 22? That means they are not the most profitable solutions in all cases. Originally Posted by ArtyMcFly. They are great for helping you with shoving ranges, but calling ranges are much harder to work out imo. The GTO play involves minraising and limping, as I mentioned previously. Assuming we are talking about the Nash shove charts, any game theory solution is designed to be indifferent to opponents counter strategy. If BB is a fish who always call our shove. It's often hard for beginners to get their hands around this idea, as it's a bit counter-intuitive. Computer Technical Help Programming.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Also i believe it tells you what to reshove and overcall with right? But if he never calls with a worse queen than QT, you'd much rather jam 76s than Q6o, since 76s will be "two live cards". Although you only have 10bb and you're in the BB, so your pot odds aren't as bad as they would have been if you had 15bb on the button, the profitable calling range will be somewhere in between what snapshove says for 10bb UTGvBB and 15bb UTGvBB. The point of a shoving chart is that it doesn't care what villain is calling with. I also used floattheturn but it seems like all of these seem to have slight different push or fold? Smilies are On. It's not at all easy to range some correctly, let alone have a great feel for which hands are profitable calls. It makes no sense to jam it if villain won't fold better hands. The 10bb chart suggest shove Should we shove tighter or looser? The pushfoldcharts is not that good because its only for push or fold.. But from the BB, you can just check if your specific hand has enough equity against UTGs range or not. Let's say if SB only shove with AA, why using the calling chart? A competent villain might notice that both the blinds are very short and are therefore likely to call quite often. If an opponent is noticeably unbalanced, you should adjust for that leak. BB code is On. It takes hundreds of hours of study and practice to get a feel for the right play. I'd recommend playing slightly tighter than them against fishy opponents to reduce variance, where you can wait for more profitable hands , but you can't really go wrong by pushbotting like all the other regs. Do you call or fold these hands 1. What is the minimum Ax you are suppose to call with. I like to know what hand you need minimum to call at each position as well. In both scenarios you mention you should shove wider than the chart suggests. You can do pretty well in the microstakes by playing exactly according to any of the push charts posted online or in books. Forum Rules. Originally Posted by nexone. By jamming especially light into someone that calls a lot, you'll just increase your variance, sometimes unnecessarily. Don't jam T5s if villain calls with literally every Jx or better. If the reads turns out to be wrong, we would be owning ourselves. Game theory solutions balance exploitive vs exploitable. His range is ATC. All times are GMT The time now is PM. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Let's say SB vs BB situation 10bb eff. You're jamming T5s as a bluff after all. Also, is the BB optimal calling range base on SB shoving range? I put "GTO" in quotes, because the real solution to short-stack poker is to use mixed strategies that involve minraising and limping as well as shoving, but YES, I meant the Nash charts. Assume villain always calls. They are unexploitable in a strictly 'push or fold' game. You can use Equilab, in the way previously demonstrated, to find out which hands should break even vs UTG's 15bb jamming range, although you should calculate the pot odds for a 10bb call. Is using the 10bb shoving chart still profitable? To get When villain always calls, high cards generally have more value. So all the optimal calling range is base on the shove range? Your required equity is just the amount you're risking your shove divided by the size of the final pot. To use a very basic example, if villain calls shoves with Q5o or 86o, then you love getting it in with Q6o dominating. What this means is that regardless of players tendency, this strategy represents the minimimu risk with the maximum potential gain. I looked at pushfoldcharts but thats only for push or fold. Away from the table, I like running spots in ICMizer to find out the "optimal" calling ranges both in terms of chipEV and ICM, but I still make tons of mistakes in game , as does everyone apart from the high-stakes crushers. Last edited by nexone; at PM. You should therefore tighten up your jamming range vs someone that calls wider than "GTO", and also shift more towards high cards. You can deviate from that if you have more of a skill edge against the villain though. It does not mean that this is the maximally exploitive solution. The thing is i like to stick to one chart so which of these would you suggest? We only play 10bb eff but V UTG is shove 15bb Im curious about this as well. When someone shoves, they have two ways to win: by stealing the blinds, or by making the best hand when they get called. I also use the free version of snapshove but there are limits to it. But I wouldn't stray too far from the strategy because we don't have enough hands on the opponent to be sure of the reads. With bb stacks, many hands are extremely close to breakeven, but sometimes a hand that I think is an "easy call" actually turns out to be a clear fold, due to some ranging or ICM factors I hadn't considered at the time. Again, if you are in the BB, you don't need any software at all. You're not gonna make huge errors if you follow the charts supplied by Jennifear, FloatTheTurn or Snapshove. I assume its snapshove? Originally Posted by madlex. If UTG shoves and you are in the CO, there are additional considerations because you have 3 players left to act behind you. A shoving chart is showing the equilibrium strategy. In that case, the math is basically the same as when you're calling a jam. Also a few quick examples i like to use. Pocket pairs - Are pairs as low as 55 a call? He is not just shoving against you, he is shoving against the whole table. How to do the math? Hence, you can shove with wide ranges, but you usually have to call much tighter. None of this is necessary for a beginner to understand. But if you can identify a tendency in your opponent, you can adjust the strategy to squeeze out an extra edge. Only shove T5s if villain will fold some better Tx and Jx and Qx. The push charts are only "solutions" to a pure push or fold game, where everyone else plays rationally. Shove wider if he folds "too often", tighten up if he calls "too often". If BB always call our shove, should we shove tighter than the 10bb shoving chart?