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Equity Denial After The Flop In Short Deck Hold’em

by Kevin Haney |  Published: Jun 05, 2019


Card Player Magazine, available in print and online, covers poker strategy, poker news, online and casino poker, and poker legislation. Sign up today for a digital subscription to access more than 800 magazine issues and get 26 new issues per year! Everyone who plays Short Deck is more than likely aware that equities run closer than in hold’em. In fact, this series of articles itself has probably mentioned that fact dozens of times. However, from my observations it appears as if, for the most part, players are really only taking that into account in hands they choose to play before the flop. Once the flop comes down, since it’s so much more likely that a player will hit the board, many believe one must be very cautious in betting hands after the flop. Comparisons to pot-limit Omaha (PLO) have also been drawn which suggests that one needs quite a strong ...

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