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About rxbandits

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  1. tl;dr = nit it up.I've always scoffed at anyone who wanted to reduce variance in their game. "Wimps," I said. "Sissies," I called them. After all, if you're playing a winning game shouldn't you take any edge no matter how small every time it's offered provided you're properly bankrolled?I couldn't find one good reason to not take a small positive edge (or sometimes at best an estimated small positive edge). If you said you didn't take a certain edge because of bankroll, I'd respond, "Don't play if you're not properly bankrolled and can't handle the risk; show some discipline and play withi
  2. There are plenty of threads on which is better, PT3 or HEM, but they always end up in flame wars and arguing on the internet is stupid. I can say that HEM cannot give me the amount of info on my opponents that PT3 can as seen in my post here. I can say the HEM is prettier and more user friendly. But OP was asking for help in stealing and that misguided thinking needs to be corrected, not encouraged.Encouraging a player to multi-account and break a site's TOS is also misguided thinking and should not be encouraged.
  3. Cracking software you love is a great way to ensure that more software you love will never be developed.
  4. For the most part, they shouldn't be on your radar. Find fish, sit next to them, isolate them, take their money. :)But to attempt to answer such a big question... Many multi-tabling regs are timid postflop, so I like to get into spot where I can rep a wide range and they are repping a 1-pair range and then forcing them to fold if the board runs conducive to the range I can rep.
  5. Haha, no. I picked the name entirely at random (so people couldn't connect my strategy posts to my poker usernames) by using the first thing I looked at which happened to be a sticker on someone else's storage box. That's a lot less sexy than being a member of a indie-alterna-punk band, I know.
  6. I'd like to be in full compliance with FCP's forum rules as I post and respond regarding poker strategy. I've never spammed another forum. Yes, the images are hosted by a site I own. It is much easier to throw them in a folder (the date is random, I'm just lazy) and host them myself than go to a truly spammy image hosting site. I can promise that I will never spam this forum or publicly direct traffic to my site. Issue resolved? :)All that being said, see my post above to return to the topic.
  7. Thanks for all the input! Good point, looking at my action from his shoes. Well, if I believe I'm ahead on the turn and my opponent is willing to commit money and there are many river cards that could leave me with the worst hand... I don't see how calling the turn can be right. Please explain? How can I fix this for you?
  8. I'm not saying it's "zany" or anything. It just gave me pause. He left $52 behind (for like a 1/3 pot river bet) and had committed over half his stack on this hand while taking several aggressive actions. His turn bet says "I'm not folding no matter what" and while that typically is strength, combined with his odd flop action I was at a loss on what his hand was really saying.
  9. Full Tilt No-Limit Hold'em, $1.00 BB (7 handed) - Full Tilt Converter Tool from FlopTurnRiver.comButton ($123.75)SB ($110.65)BB ($115.20)UTG ($121.60)MP1 ($80.50)MP2 ($193.75)Hero (CO) ($103)Preflop: Hero is CO with , 3 folds, Hero bets $3.50, Button calls $3.50, 1 fold, BB calls $2.50Flop: ($11) , , (3 players)BB bets $4, Hero raises to $12, 1 fold, BB raises to $24, Hero calls $12Turn: ($59) (2 players)BB bets $35BB is a Tag/Reg, but an exceptionally loose cold-caller (i.e. not a very good Tag/Reg). When I checked my HUD pop-up I saw that he was cold-calling from the blinds 14% to 16% of th
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