Should You Run It Twice? | Poker Strategy

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Hello! Welcome back all of you fantastic people.

Today we’re finally debunking the misconceptions regarding running multiple boards in a poker hand.

As mentioned in the video, please check out this video by James Sweeney for more information on the subject.

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Should You Run It Twice? | Poker Strategy

10 thoughts on “Should You Run It Twice? | Poker Strategy

  1. i never chop and i never run a second or third board. i understand the rake, i understand the strategy of multiple runs of the board. But man I am there to play poker and that means just go for it you know I mean all this time wasted on hedging your bets one way or the other and deciding or not deciding to chop it's a real waste of time come on show up be there play the cards you're dealt and if it comes down to a second third board skip it don't waste the time. Gamble gamble!

  2. If you only have one out then you may want to run it once because otherwise you cannot scoop.

  3. Great video! Glad to see you hit 1K subs btw! I know this man personally and this man is a mastermind of the game, played with him and glad to say I have won some pots against him but he is definitely the better player. If you aint subscribed to him, do it now cuz he studies the game and is always working at his craft. This informative video just shows that. Content only gets better from here! Very cool to see you doing your thing brother. Keep it up, I look forward to your videos!

  4. The math explains the win percentage but not the money variance. Running it once or twice whether behind or ahead in small pots is not critical. But when stacks are in play the player ahead doesn't want to lose to a two-outer and the one behind wants a chance to suck out. It's small solace to a player who wins 82% of the time on small pots but loses the one huge pot when ahead.

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