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Are short stacked cash games even worth playing? Should you put in the time to study and play shallow poker? And if you are going to play these games, what should you be studying? SplitSuit dives into this answer by dissecting some key points: 1. Are these games worth playing, and do you have other options available? 2. If you are going to play them, which street is the most important 3. Why SPR guides everything in these games 4. How suited connects, gappers, and set mines can make or.......
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SplitSuit dives into this answer by dissecting some key points:

1. Are these games worth playing, and do you have other options available?

2. If you are going to play them, which street is the most important

3. Why SPR guides everything in these games

4. How suited connects, gappers, and set mines can make or break your winrate

5. Just because the average player uses a large open-raise sizes doesn't automatically mean that you have to as well

6. There can be HUGE winrate potential in 3bets and squeezes

While this format isn't our favorite (especially if the rake is gross), there are some serious edges to create for those willing to put in the right kind of study. So if you are going to play in these games, be sure to download SplitSuit's spreadsheets today:

https://www.splitsuit.com/free-poker-spreadsheets

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My man. Thank you. Big help although I leaned toward the play pre and flop. Decision is made there. The tricky 50 instead of pushing was my problem. I figured if I had a pair of 77 vs like KQ pre on his 15 bet and i make it 50 with 50 behind and I push no matter flop unless it all broadway. Any flop I push and he misses 66% of the time with any 2 cards and i get him to fold 2/3 of the time for the 50 but unless I'm right and its situational for getting him to fold x amount from the 15 and taking 18 plus added to stack is better with the top 10% or so hands I'm willing to push with since I'm playing very few hands.

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If I've learned anything from spins and 6-max SNGs, shallow fishy tables are great for making money--- they are also higher variance as you'll be flipping a lot if you're playing it correctly. Take all that into account, have a bigger bankroll than you would typically have given the buy-in. Study push-fold ranges. Study blind vs blind and blind vs steal spots. Put villains on targeted ranges on the flop. Let villains know that you're not afraid to get it in, both for value and for bluffs. Play pocket pairs and Ax hands much more aggressively.

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The end,, Lol

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