Profile cover photo
Profile photo
SharkScope
266 followers -
Track your poker statistics and avoid the sharks!
Track your poker statistics and avoid the sharks!

266 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #78: Top Pair and A Draw

Learn to analyse stack to pot ratio and when to shove weak top pairs with twice the size of the pot in your stack.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #77: Button Shoves

Q. How wide can I shove from the button with a less than 10bb stack? What stuff should I consider when deciding?
A. In a hand like this, you can shove 100%. The reasons why it is good are the fact that you are on the button, have 6bbs, and there are antes. All these factors added up almost always mean you can shove 100%.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #76: To Wait or Not To Wait

Learn how to think about the beginning of final tables and how to figure out what ranges you should use and if you have time to wait or not.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #75: Bubble situations

Q. Help me understand bubble shoves when I am a medium stack.

A. When you are on the bubble as a medium stack, the most important thing you need to notice is the size of the shorter stacks (mainly the shortest one) and how much you are ahead of them. Anytime you are twice or more than the shortest stack, you want to tighten up your range if you are shoving into bigger stacks. In this hand, notice the player on the button. He has 2200, and you have 6400. If the button has 3200 or less, you want to be very tight here and shove hands like AJ+ATs at the widest.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #74: Raising Wider even with The Chip Leader Behind You

Learn about opening more pots to help knock out the short stack and to not be worried about a larger chip leader stack still to act
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #73: Limping

Q. Can I trap bvb with big hands?

A. Trapping is by far the best play. Limping in this hand is leaps and bounds better than raising or shoving. The worst play by far is a shove. A min raise is okay against a very loose caller and is a very poor play against a tight player.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #72: Raising Many Hands Heads Up

Learn about basic raising heads up, limping, and cbet sizing.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #71: Re-shoving

Q. What is a good reshoving range when I have less than 10bbs?
A. Generally speaking, most players do not fold to 10bb or less re-shoves. There are people who do, however, without prior knowledge we should assume you are being called. With that said, I recommend a range of 77+AT+ at the widest considering the opener is in steal position.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #70: Q8 reshove wow!

Reshoving medium strength hands.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
SharkScope Poker Tips #69: Button with Big Pairs

Q. Should I shove or min raise with big pairs?
A. Limping from the button with a big pair is great if you think that raising will force out other players who are tight. If they are loose players, just build the pot with a small min raise and someone will call. If both players are really good top players, a shove may be best.
Photo
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded