TOP 10 MOST AMAZING POKER HANDS EVER! - YouTube.
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This table comes from the book Hold 'em Poker for Advanced Players by David Sklansky and Mason Malmuth. This is a strategy book for limit Hold'em, but the starting hand groups do have some practical use in no limit Hold'em. What is the Sklansky and Malmuth starting hands table? The table is a general ranking of hands in Texas Hold'em.
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The following table lists some interesting and valuable hold’em math: Many beginners to poker overvalue certain starting hands, such as suited cards. As you can see, suited cards don’t make flushes very often. Likewise, pairs only make a set on the flop 12% of the time.
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This one features Steve Gee, a player some may remember for having made multiple deep runs in the World Series of Poker Main Event (9th in 2012, 24th in 2013). In the hand Gee faces an interesting spot with pocket aces when after an eight-high coordinated flop he continuation bet then gets min-raised.
This is a discussion on Interesting Hand - 79s within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Big face cards - see them all the time in those big pre-flop pots, But, where do they.