This section contains some practice hands to help you develop your skills in identifying the nuts. You have to identify the nut hand in each case. Texas Hold'em Pre Flop Nut Odds. This table shows the (preflop) probability of ending up with the nuts after the river card is dealt, in general and for each pocket hand, using the following ad hoc definitions of the nuts. Texas Holdem. OVERVIEW. The objective of Texas Hold'em is to win the pot (the sum of money bet by all players in a hand). Texas Hold'em is .
Go to Free Gifts. Hand B is the Nuts. What do you do when you're nuts? Players cannot take any chips from the table during play until they leave the game. However, it is sometimes possible that someone else may have the same hand as you, in which case you will split the pot.
Figuring the Nuts in Texas Holdem
In poker , the nut hand is the strongest possible hand in a given situation. The second-nut hand or third-nut hand and so on may refer to the second and third best possible hands.
The term applies mostly to community card poker games where the individual holding the strongest possible hand, with the given board of community cards, is capable of knowing that they have the nut hand. However, any player with K-7 knows that he has the nut hand as it is impossible for another player to have two kings. The phrase may also refer to a hand in progress with cards yet to be dealt, as the player can be said to have the nuts at that time.
This makes some nut hands very vulnerable in nine-card games, such as Omaha hold 'em. In high-low split games one often speaks of "nut-low" and "nut-high" hands separately.
Similarly, one can sometimes hear the term "nut-nut", which refers to a hand that makes both the best possible high and low. A common and certainly [ citation needed ] apocryphal folk etymology is that the term originated from the historical poker games in the colonial west of America, where if a player bet everything he possessed, he would place the nuts of his wagon wheels on the table to ensure that, should he lose, he would be unable to flee and would have to make good on the bet.
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Up your game with free cardschat membership. This is a discussion on How do you play the Nuts? Page 1 of 2 Register or Use the arrow to the right to read the next 1 page s. How do you play the Nuts? What do you do when you're nuts? Thread Replies Last Post Forum What would you play if you have the last opportunity to play poker once? It all depends on the position I am in, how many players are in hand, whether they are aggressive players on the table or do not, have many factors that influence the game, but I always watch that I collect as much as possible Originally Posted by Milosika I used slowplay nut hands.
My main goal in this moment is to take maximum chips from my opponents by making them think I'm bluffing or that I'm not sure what I am doing. It takes experience to do that effectively. It depends on how that hand has been developing and on your current opponent. You should pay attention to his playing history and make a play based on that. If I have the nuts, I like to try to play them the same way I played a weaker hand in previous hands at the table, and also depending on who is in the hand with me.
Sometimes making a huge bet that looks very desperate, like you just want the opponent to go away, and can get you paid off well. Other times if a player involved in the hand has already been the aggressor, you just need to give them enough rope to hang themselves with. As a general rule, some professional players referring to Carroter's 6-max NL Holdem teaching videos from Intellipoker will argue that "slow-playing" should not be a standard approach and be reserved for very specific situations.
It makes your hand vulnerable to be outdrawn which creates -EV over time. He says that generally, betting is better than calling in the majority of situations where you want to get chips in the middle instead of exercising pot control. An exception would be hero in position facing aggression from villain and hero flops a boat. If in that situation you face a c-bet it CAN be better to call instead of raising to protect the times where you haven't flopped a monster hand.
Of course, as always in poker, it depends on a huge amount of variables. If villain has only air and is not in a mood to gamble it is better to end the hand immediately as you will not generate more money in the pot but might loose the hand if you no longer have the nuts after the next street eg villain makes a set with his pocket pair on the turn. I hope that is helpful.
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