## Angular Momentum Conservation in live poker

#### Monday, December 22nd, 2008 | Poker Articles, Poker Mathematics | 3 Comments

Submitted by Rakewell, this article belongs to the Poker Mathematics series. Whoever said poker players are superstitious? The article below written by Rakewell treats the dealing and receiving of cards when playing live poker from a purely natural scientific viewpoint. It's all about angular momentum conservation baby:-)!!! Enjoy...... I've decided to break down and share with my readers an important poker principle that you won't find in any book or DVD or training video currently on the Read more [...]

## Poker ev; calculating the winning plays

#### Saturday, November 8th, 2008 | Poker Articles, Poker Mathematics | 9 Comments

This article is a part of the Poker Mathematics series. This article is number 3 in a series of 3 articles covering the (in my opinion) most important mathematical aspects of poker: Calculating pot odds: see Poker pot odds; all you need to know Calculating poker probabilities: see Poker probabilities; all you need to know Calculating expected value: see +EV poker; making the winning plays Having explained how to calculate poker pot odds and poker probabilities in my two previous Read more [...]

## Poker probabilities; all you need to know

#### Sunday, November 2nd, 2008 | Poker Articles, Poker Mathematics | 5 Comments

This article is a part of the Poker Mathematics series. This article is number 2 in a series of 3 articles covering the (in my opinion) most important mathematical aspects of poker: Calculating pot odds: see Poker pot odds; all you need to know Calculating poker probabilities: see Poker probabilities; all you need to know Calculating expected value: see +EV poker; making the winning plays Calculating exact poker probabilities for each hand you play can be a complex mathematical operation Read more [...]

## Poker pot odds; all you need to know

#### Saturday, October 25th, 2008 | Poker Articles, Poker Mathematics | 10 Comments

This article is a part of the Poker Mathematics series. This article is number 1 in a planned series of 3 articles covering the (in my opinion) most important mathematical aspects of poker: Calculating pot odds: see Poker pot odds; all you need to know Calculating poker probabilities: see Poker probabilities; all you need to know Calculating expected value: see +EV poker; making the winning plays I have a feeling that many poker players, both experienced and beginners, could do with Read more [...]

## Poker Mathematics

#### Wednesday, October 8th, 2008 | Poker Mathematics | 2 Comments

This article is a part of the Poker Mathematics series. Being a good enough poker player to generate money playing online is about mastering several aspects of the game. The rules of Texas Holdem (or even Omaha) are deceitfully simple. From learning how to play the game to becoming a pro there’s a lifetime’s learning of a distance though. In order to master the game, a player needs to be in complete control of its mathematical aspect, as well as its psychology and strategy sides. Mathematics Read more [...]

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