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Matthew Miller
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Welcome to the official www.HULHE.com blog!
Here you'll see news, interest stories, and updates on the latest in Heads-up Limit Hold'em as well as the larger poker world.

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Did I beat you at Heads-Up Limit Hold'em?  Do you want to learn how?  Email me at matt.miller.c@gmail.com Use Subject: "I want HULHE Coaching!"

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Cash Tournament structure: - Teams consist of four players, but only two will play at a given time in the tournament. - The two players who do not play at a given moment will be designated dealers for those who are playing. - It is up to each team who plays...

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To Do
Investigate effect on Ace IP preflop open raise vs. limp of OOP player CR flop / turn with weak/strong vs strong weak.  I noticed accidentally that it seemed to have an effect.

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What I've Learned from Research
Watching Ace Perfect play earns you a minimum of 60 big bets per 100 hands.  I've seen it top 100 big bets per 100 hands. Preflop, Ace caps IP with all hands (weak or strong) even if the opponent doesn't fold immediately.  I even controlled for post-flop pl...

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Learning using sim players
My initial plan was to just watch how a perfect player aka "Ace" plays vs a sim opponent, which was a compilation of stakes 50/100 with more from 30/60 as a backup in case no 50/100 hands were a match, and lastly my own default logic to ensure that if no ha...

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"Posting Blinds" - Welcome
This is the first "post" at HULHE - welcome! You want to play expert Heads-Up Limit Hold'em?  You're at the right place.  It's expected that a reader of this blog will have the knowledge of a serious poker player, but if you have questions ask!  Nothing mak...

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Madison + Wine = 52 Weeks of Wine

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Range Construction: part 2
You may have noticed that in the OOP Range Construction the Hero always did a Flop CR with Flop 1st Pair or better.  i.e. the Hero never delayed that to the Turn to do a CR.  The reason for this is that for your opponent IP, if they check behind even a smal...

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Three Cross-Hand Attributes
There are 3 main factors to consider in cross-hand (in the same position) strategy; they are: width, height, and depth of betting.  Width is the range with which you bet, for example if you CR the flop OOP with top pair or better (thin range), vs. if you CR...
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