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Well most of the sites use a I never heard of this. I assume its always whatever bb you have after the antes and blinds are put? Because in heads up in snapshove, you could make the ante 10 or Okay so the holdemresources link i find interesting. Thus 9bb and 6bb. Okay so look at the stack size before blinds and antes. Also related to this. But now when i get hands like k3 or k4o with 10bb, im not sure which chart to use when its heads up. I hate going from one chart to another because when its heads up, i use pushfold. Because when you use snapshove and pushfoldcharts, when you do 10 vs See my staking thread. Hi there. I like the fact that say you have a certain hand like q8o and it shows what bb all in you can call up to and shove up to etc. I always thought if you were in the bb, well the effective bb would be what is after the blinds and antes are posted. So in the example where sb has 9bb and bb has 6bb and sb has s and bb has q2o, the sb has to put in 0. Nash charts use effective stack size, and effective stack size is the smallest stack before anything is posted,so in your example SB 9bb and BB 6bb, eff stack would be 6bb before blinds and antes, that means if you are on SB with 9bb you still use ranges for 6bb eff stack.

User Name Remember Me? It's a fictitious game where only the SB can shove or fold, limps and minraises are not part of the option in this solved game, so you can't apply everything to the actual gameplay.

Now i know thats only a few hands but many times when i play, i use to call with k6o. Or should i just follow the pushfoldcharts. After blinds are heads up chart, it would be 8. Basically i want to play nash. Example many players would jam over 10bb heads up.

Heads up chart others agree kacey musgraves concert phoenix is probably the best one to use? Just took a look heads up chart that again and see what you mean by that. Can others confirm that ante heads up chart 10 or The thing is if you use But most importantly, the calling range is very wide.

Im confused with your statement. I thought at first these look right? But say you are not sure if say q8s or q9s is a call at 15bb. You can then adjust your ranges if you can start to put people into different categories based on reads. Such as 15bb or around there etc.

Also another question i have is for the shoves and calls. But im not sure which chart to use. But is that still correct? And of cousre there is snapshove and floattheturn but its hard to memorize it because you cant print it out like pushfoldcharts where you could remmeber it etc. So, these charts are only for an equilibrium when the small blind can only shove or fold. When you're in the BB, you can't control what options the SB is going to use. Thus this also applies when you are the sb or bb in a full ring etc? First off, are these charts correct or not? Okay but the holdemresources link with that chart, so if its a spin and go and anything heads up that has no ante, you look at the no ante chart. But if they jam 20bb which does happen, well can't you look at that chart and then say you have j9s and opponent jam and you look to see if its a call or not? Because not sure what chart pushfoldcharts uses as percentage? In an extreme example, say I shove one hand at 17bb, and it's AA. That's where the numbers on the chart come from. Also when full ring and calling all ins, should i really be making it Reason is when i do that, it seems to call very wide for shoves of bb. That doesn't seem correct because wouldn't that mean you are calling much tighter to an all in then if that is the case? The person with 12bb is the button and the 15bb is the big blind. I did google that earlier and did saw that. So there is an ante and button puts 0. So if someone jams 12bb or 15bb or 18bb heads up in a mtt or sng which happens quite a bit Example if a player jams 15bb, well you know a10 is a call etc. I thought thats interesting compared to say a chart that shows every bb up to say 20bb of what to call or shove with etc. That would be your default play. I ask this because the pushfoldcharts site does not really suggest what the ante is for these things. But not if you play say spin and go? But say when its full ring, i go with floattheturn or snapshove. Im a bit confused with your wording on that? So if you get a once in awhile shove at say 17bb, you don't just look to Nash for guidance, it's unhelpful. Your nash calling range is irrelevant vs my shoving strategy. But for everything else, you use the 10 percent ante? Not sure why ranges are different on different sites, but Id say use looser ranges for pushing and tighter for calling, people in general tend to be tighter than charts, so using wider pushing ranges and tighter calling ranges makes sense. I don't play heads up sng or cash but i do play mostly low stakes mtt and some mttsng. What you should do is figure out the hands that people regularly shove at those stack sizes in the games that you play, and then use some calculation software to determine your calling range. Now since i play low and some mid stakes mtt where the ante seem to be Thus follow snapshove? Thus you can call with k3o to a 10bb shove according to snapshove with a And k4o with a 10 percent ante. If the small blind is limping some hands, minraising others, then the entire chart is irrelevant to you. This applies to heads up and full ring when it comes to push fold? Originally Posted by PaulyJamesx. So are you suppose to look at this such as sb has 9bb to start the hand before the blinds and antes are posted or afterwards? I saw they had same chart on headsupsitandgo. Example both players start with say 12bb and 15bb. Thanks all. And understand what the equilibrium actually is. Make sure you're not using these above 10bb effective stacks too. However is this still relevant now? So now they each have around 11bb and When the button shoves all in Because you start the hand with 12bb but because you put in 1bb automatically for the BB, well now you have 11bb. But what is the purpose of no ante? So don't look at push fold charts above 10bb? Well the sb could shove 50bb heads up if they wanted to. Afaik there is no ante in spins and heads ups on stars, idk about other sites. According to the chart with the 10 percent ante, you can call a Well i just meant like the nash or general guideline. Do we assume 10 or I notice that the hands are not exactly the same when you do 10 percent or Can someone here tell me which of these charts is the best? But then when snapshove and floattheturn have you calling 10bb shoves with k3o and k4o i thought that might be a bit loose? Because in terms of push fold, snapshove and floattheturn, there is option of 10 vs And well almost all sites use a Okay so from looking at that, so basically the effective stack size is before the blinds and antes were posted? However is this still relevant now???????????? Even heads up uses an ante.