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#11
12-07-2005, 03:25 PM
 tigerite Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2004 Posts: 360
Re: \$22 blind 25/50: Push with TT on button aftre min-raise + caller

Trust me, you've done it wrong.
#12
12-08-2005, 08:20 AM
 Beck Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2004 Location: Denmark Posts: 188
Re: \$22 blind 25/50: Push with TT on button aftre min-raise + caller

#13
12-08-2005, 09:14 AM
 tigerite Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2004 Posts: 360
Re: \$22 blind 25/50: Push with TT on button aftre min-raise + caller

Meh.. I'll have to dig out how to do these formulae later, I worked it out a long time ago. It's not as simple as "normal" ICM though, not by a long shot.
#14
12-08-2005, 11:47 AM
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Re: \$22 blind 25/50: Push with TT on button aftre min-raise + caller

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Furthermore, I need help doing ICM calculations on this one:

I put SB and BB's calling ranges to TT+, ATs+,AQo+ (5.3%)and UTG1 and UTG2 to 88+, A8s+, ATo+, KQo, KQs (9.8%).

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But, that's not 9.8% of the range with which they would already have put chips in the pot. You've got to figure out what their intial ranges were for entering the pot and then determine with what percentage of those they will call the raise.

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The chance of not being called is 0,902*0,902*0,947*0,947 = 72,8%??
But when I have to do ICM-calculations on each of the possible scenarios if being called I got a problem (72,8+9,8+9,8+5,3+5,3= 102,3%!!!!)

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It looks like this is because you have not accounted for the possibility of two (or more) players calling the raise.
#15
12-08-2005, 12:11 PM
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Re: \$22 blind 25/50: Push with TT on button aftre min-raise + caller

I think it is a definite push as well. There is no way you can fold this hand, and there is no raise that does not justify an all-in bet. With 3 cards coming down on the flop, there is a good chance that one of them will be higher than a T. So, why raise, have a chance at seeing a really high flop, then folding with only 300 chips left? You should at least keep some FE by raising all in.

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