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Let’s review our predictions from the card removal effects before finally looking at the actual flop data. In the next post on this topic I’ll be showing the results from several hundred million actual flops.
 
In part 2 we examined the Rank Bias on the board caused by players seeing more flops when they hold higher cards and folding more often when [...]

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Jan 5th, 2010 | Filed under Flop Analysis
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If you haven’t yet read the first six parts of this series, it will be helpful to understand some of the data shown here.   Please click the Flop Analysis link at the top of the page to read the whole series.  
This post will show a series of scans of real NLHE flops and how they [...]

Jan 12th, 2010 | Filed under Flop Analysis
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Here we’ll look at preflop all-in hands with a single caller, such that no subsequent decisions are possible in the hand.   These tests will analyze the distribution of the community cards by comparing the preflop equity of the hole cards to the actual outcomes when the community cards have been dealt.  This test is sometimes [...]

Mar 27th, 2010 | Filed under All-In Analysis