PaulPulver

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  • Join date: July 27 2018
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PaulPulver commented on: Detecting a bluff in poker
2 months ago
Hello,

In some poker circles, I’m best known for my work with the body language of poker, usually known as tells. Mike Caro’s Book of Tells will celebrate its silver anniversary in 2009. That’s twenty-five years! Parade permits for London, New York, Boston, Los Angeles, and Tulsa are nearing the final stages of being processed, pending receipt of applications.
I kind of got pigeonholed when that book was published. I became better known for tells than anything else. And that annoys me, because, actually, most of my research has dealt with statistics and strategy, often backed by my own computer analysis. To put it simply, I’m a cross between a nerd and a geek who has been misconstrued to be a people-observing, prescient, kind-hearted guru. Oh, how that hurts!

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PaulPulver commented on: NLHE Cash strategy
2 months ago
Hello,

KTs reply in the thread about Rush made me think that we as a forum really never discuss cash games pretty much at all. I understand that almost everyone on the forum is a SNG or MTT junky. But the allure of the cash game has always been there for me. Not only that, but it fits my lifestyle a little better then MTTs as I rarely have 6-8 hours to sit and play poker uninterrupted. Anyway, was curious what sorts of adjustments to make moving from NLHE SNGs and MTTs to cash. Obviously chipping up isn't nearly as big of an issue allowing you to play tighter if you like, but other then that I can't really think of much. Though admittedly I'm nowhere near a cash expert. So you guys have any thoughts/ideas to express on this topic?

Any help will be apprecited.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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PaulPulver commented on: Bayes Theorem in Poker
2 months ago
Hello,

The actions a player takes makes it more likely that they are that type of player based on the new info we have from their actions Ok suppose you have a small sample of hud stats on a player that says he is nitty . Now he 3bets you and barrels off every street. There's 2 possible explanations for this

1) He rly is a nit and has a monster hand
2) He is a looser player than we initially thought and is doing it with a wider range

I can't do the maths but the very fact that this action happened makes 2) much more likely than 1) because there's so few combos of hands that player type 1) can take these actions with compared to player type 2) who can do this with maybe 3x as many hands. If he folded pre then that would make our assumption that he's a complete nit slightly more likely

I guess it's a bit abstract but I think it ties in with not putting too much reliance on hud stats and what you've seen BEFORE . What happens now affects the info you had up to this point. An easier example is an unknown shoves from the sb with 10bb into your bb . Before the hand you might think he doesn't know anything about nash and is only shoving real hands , maybe any Ax any broadway , any pair etc . Now the fact that he has actually shoved means that you should alter your perception of him because it's way easier for a player who shoves nash or an even wider range to shove than it is for a player who only shoves value hands to shove . So now with the limited info we have we can go with a new assumption that he's shoving a wider range than we first thought

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PaulPulver commented on: Micro MTT Bankroll Building
2 months ago
Hello,

It's about time that changes. I have not played poker for about 2 years, apart from a few days in between, but that was a total of 3 weeks at the most. Now it's time to do something again and that's why I'm going to start a challenge, also to prove to myself that I can still do it. Anyone who does not know me, I was together with Stepi a few years ago (I think) with the first one here who seriously MTTs has played, Strat posted and rocked finaltables. ^^ Have then somehow scored out a 5stellinge Roll and since then no longer seriously played. I'll cash in $ 250 and start building a bankroll through Micro MTTs & Multitable SNGs, the goal being to be rolled out for $ 100 MTTs after a year. Holdemmanager I have, bankroll management is 100 buyins. I will document my career here, no idea if anyone cares because I think everyone here is playing higher now. But I'll try it anyway.

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