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Old 01-06-2010, 10:33 PM   #21
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Re: understanding relative hand strength (fairly long)

Originally Posted by jackwilcox View Post
lol no because evidently relative hand strength doesnt just apply to turn...

this was merely an example of it in practice. any time new action develops, relative hand strengths change. whether that be a 3bet preflop, a flop check-raise etc. the point of the post was to get people to think about how hand ranges change in certain spots.
i know and we're talking about relative hand strength on the turn vs. a fish right? if you were just merely stating one example and it happened to be turn action then thats fine.. maybe use a preflop example as well
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