Poker Math That Matters
Poker Math That Matters PDF ePub free download – Throughout this book, you will see hand notations for hole cards. When you see an “s” at the end of the hand (like 67s), this indicates the hand is suited. When you see an “o” at the end of the hand (like slotxo), this indicates the hand is offsuit. If neither letter is present after the hand, this means it includes both suited and offsuit hands. I use a similar notation when describing the community cards. KTs2 would be a flop where the K and T are the same suit and the 2 is a different suit. When you see a “+” after a hand (like TT+), it indicates that hand and every other hand type that’s stronger than it. So, TT+ indicates a pair of Ts, but also every pair higher than that (JJ, QQ, KK and AA). AT+ indicates AT but also every other non-pair A holding with a card higher than a T (AJ, AQ, AK). Also, I also like to use the term “Villain” to describe an opponent in a hand. So, of course, that makes us the “Hero”.