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The mechanics are pretty basic and you should be able to pick it up fairly quickly after playing around with it for a bit. Well I hope this thread has helped you understand a little more what running stoves is all about. So based on the range presented above this spot is a call. Or when all you have on the river is Ace high and the pot is laying you 11 to 1 on a call? How does this come into play in making decisions in the game? I don't even know what the villain is betting :P sorry, i'm really new to the math of this stuff. Originally Posted by Leroy2DaBeroy. Re: The N00b's guide to using pokerstove 1K post - tl;dr. Other regs, if I've messed this up somehow, please correct me Here, the pot is 6. This is the first stage where pokerstove can come in handy. Before I start I would like to thank BBB for being kind enough to review my post and give his comments and feedback and editing some of my spelling - lol nonnativeenglishaments. PF aggressor c-bets and bet out with 53o on flop in a limped pot. What this means is that rather than just being able to calculate how our hand matches up against specific hands like if I have Q Q what is my equity vs A K we can evaluate our equity vs. Postflop I saw him call down with J7o on a Q board vs. Based on this analysis we do not have enough equity to justify a call down and should fold. At this point we can probably narrow his range even further discounting more hands. For the truly degenerates. Originally Posted by MrCadiz.

The N00b's guide to using pokerstove 1K post - tl;dr. In this example suppose we had a read that in limped pots UTG only raises top pair or better on the flop this is a very specific read and is used to simplify the example.

Pokerstove is intended to be a tool that supports a decision you should be pokerstove 1 24 to reach on your own rather then a tool which decides what to do for you. Very nice post and congrats HELP please. But in all these situations folding was never really an pokerstove 1 24 with the exception of the 3rd example but only Preflop.

Pre Flop: 1. Villain here is unknown so we again have no reads. Please generate a similar quality post for use as your 1K.

We're risking 1SB to win "our" 4. Excellent post. As long as you have an equity edge any bet you put in the pot is profitable as you will earn back in the long run more then what you put in. Reason: this is linked in the library, but pokerstove 1 24 stove link is dead. Congrats on 1K.

Top 4. To get to showdown, we have to call the flop bet 1SB and the turn wallpaper girly background river bets 2BB for a total of 2. The assumption is that he will also bet the turn and river making it 5.

So we're risking 2. I will point out the obvious which is the more reads we have on an opponent the easier it is to narrow his range. But we are still not finished because the very top of the range he would probably raise UTG. Example 6 β€” TP on a dry flop meets resistance Link : I will conclude with an example pokerstove 1 24 a hand I posted which I came about when searching for examples.

This is a rather generous range and despite having a thin edge a raise in questionable.

Example 5 β€” Calling the river with Ace high Link : Here we have a classic decision about calling a river bet with Ace high vs. Last edited by DougL; at PM. If our equity is higher than the odds the pot is laying us we can call. I'm new. I just did a search for stove and these are some of the examples I came up with.

BB bets and UTG raises. No reads this time on villain Pre Flop: 1. Example 3 β€” facing pokerstove 1 24 donker Link : This is a fairly common situation in the pokerstove 1 24 β€” facing a donk on the flop.

This is not the chance that a hand will win the pot. Pot is laying 7. Do we call? Our equity vs. With the pot at As was pointed out to me in the thread my range for what seems like a passive opponent was too wide for a 3-bet pokerstove 1 24 this flop. If only 1 will call you would need to reassess your equity vs.

But what about when you are just trying to figure out if you should call down with your current hand unimproved? In the marked area above pokerstove 1 24 have a sliding bar which you can move to decide what percentage of go here the player has.

Seriously, very nice.

Remember we are facing an EP raise here. So now we know how to build up a range for a player. As you become more proficient and your game progresses you will find that you will be able to reach the same conclusions on your own kind of like counting outs is initially more mechanic for most beginners and slowly becomes more intuitive. This makes a call down just about breakeven. Villain is again unknown. Note that all the examples below were taken from past threads in the forum. I added links to the original threads next to each example should anybody be interested: Example 1 - bet for value on the river Link : In this hand we have a question whether we can raise the river for value or just call. The more information we have the more we can narrow his range further and discount more hands. If we stove this range we get So we are looking to win 1 more bet but risk losing 2 more when behind. Notice though that at no point in the hand do we need to fold as we have enough equity on every street to call as the pot is big enough and laying enough odds. Example 2 β€” Is TPTK always a raising hand Link : In this hand our hero played passively postflop and questions whether he should have played more aggressively. On the river, the pot is 8. Say 2 more players limp behind him and the BB checks 4-way pot and the flop comes K93 rainbow. In fact, we should have probably folded preflop. When contemplating what I could contribute I figured that since I am no master player or great theoretician of poker I would do well to stay away from any deep insightful posts, as I can imagine most of what I would have to say has already been said and probably better than I could have ever put it into words. As a final note I would like to emphasize that using pokerstove should be simply another tool in your arsenal for analyzing hands and situations you face while playing poker. However this assumes villain will 3-barrel UI to the river with air which is a bit of a stretch. Also note that on the river our equity plummets despite improving to top 2 pair. Before I finish here is a bonus post by fritos with some heated debate and many stoves run throughout the post in support of different lines. As you can see, whatever range you choose can impact the decision in either direction. By no means should pokerstove be viewed as the only or ultimate tool in figuring out what the best course of action is in a particular hand. Lanyi, I'm afraid we've reviewed your post count and found that due to a statistical error your post count is actually , not 1K. Equity still baffles me. Villain bets making it 10 SB so we're getting on our call. I will discuss this in more detail later on. So we now have a preflop range on villain. Thus, although extremely useful, this does not qualify as your 1K post. In these cases you need a higher equity edge. Calling down UI would costs us 2. How does the ability to make this calculation assist you in analyzing hands and making decisions on how to play a hand? Thank you, sorry for being noob. We're risking 1BB to win "our" 2. This if from when I first started playing 6-max. You just compare your pot odds to your odds to hit your draw and make a decision whether to call or fold. Pokerstove has a rank for all the poker hands and while it is rather generic, as a default range it is still rather good. Note that KK and QQ were both discounted as we would expect villain to raise those preflop. I would appreciate some help! Best of luck lanyi. You hear many people asking you to assign a range on an opponent but how exactly do you go about doing this?