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The Polka Dot Loach will obtain their most beautiful color and patterning as adults, which is dramatically different then when they are juveniles. Their patterning is made up of yellow spotted horizontal black stripes that are interspersed with yellow spotted vertical bars. They have dramatic color changes as they get older with no two fish having exactly the same pattern. The black bars and.
Ease of Game, Ease of Making Money, Fish Rating. The fishing report seems to indicate that the site has more than it’s fair share of nitty regular players who’s games are basic enough to work out pretty quickly. Added to that are some hyper aggressive players who seem to think they can win every hand by force of will alone. By working out which players are which, it shouldn’t take you.
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Create custom AI poker bots that can be hyper aggressive or super passive. Create your own poker bot, and customize how aggressive they are, how much they 3-bet pre-flop, 4-bet, continuation bet, and more. Name them and add them to any of your tables to play against them. Create a table full of maniac players, or super passive fish. Whatever.
Spin and Go Master is a profile created for 3-handed Spin and Go and HU Hyper Turbo games. It took 13 months to complete and is based on two professional player’s knowledge with over 4 years of experience in this format. The profile is extremely effective at low stakes as the strategy used combines both pre flop and post flop player tendencies. Preflop is very detailed as it uses extensive.
Cardrunners really took off around that time, among others, and changed the way cash poker was played through their “aggressive in position” approach to punishing fish. One of the first things I learned studying training videos was “always make sure your stack is at 100bbs”. It made sense at the time because there was no reason not to, as tables were so fishy and regulars didn’t.
If you're playing a hyper aggressive opponent that bets a lot and doesn't tend to fold on later streets, playing weak hands OOP is not generally ideal, since you need some hand strength to play back at the player and win pots (even if that hand strength is as weak as K hi, you can't make K hi with 74s).Your question does make sense to me. Perhaps a dozen well explained charts could be a good.