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Transcript: The game was played in New Orleans in 1829, with a deck of 20 cards ¿ Questions ? The Frenchie Technology Hold Hem : 2 cards Privates and 5 cards Open Stud : 1 card Private and 4 cards Open Royal : 2 card Privates and 5 cards Open Omaha ; 4 card Privates and 5 cards Open And Strip Poker POKER WSOP (World Series of Pokers) WPT (World Poker Tour) Tournaments All in, under the gun, fold, check, raise, bet, bad beat, poker face Progress Dealer and Blinds camera on the table Internet (Poker's Website) Poker TV shows Many Ways to play Poker Bertrand Grospellier Aka ElkY Born in Melun, 30 years old He was a proffesional video game's player RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENTS WPT, WSOP and a European Poker Tour (EPT) Notions and Terms : Thomas Jouandou Poker's Popularity Rules History
Transcript: photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli each hand you bet you have to bet 5 or more POKER Clubs Diamonds you need to have 150 to get . it will tell you were you should folded or called thers 5 card draw Spades what the program should do. BY:Zack, Josh, and Dakota Hearts
Transcript: The main ideas of the presentation: poker mathematics makes you a winning player What are pot odds? Poker is a game of mathematics, where you should be able to calculate the odds of either you or your opponent winning the hand in any situation. Does the use of poker mathematics make you a winning player? knowledge of odds can only improve your game, and give you an advantage over players that do not use them. Do I need to learn mathematics to win money from poker? without a working knowledge of mathematics in poker you are severely limiting your potential. People can predict the weather in two different ways: 1.Using scientific research and data. 2.Using old wives’ tales and superstition. Which player do you think will do the best? 1.The girl that uses solid mathematical probability and odds to influence her decisions. 2. The girl that makes her decisions off of hunches and a perceived “sixth sense”. What are pot odds? Pot odds are often compared to the probability of winning a hand with a future card in order to estimate the call's expected value. Now say there are two people left in the pot, you and your opponent. There is $80 in the pot and your opponent bets $20. What should you do? 1] Calculating the "card odds". If we put this into a ratio it gives us 38:9, or roughly 4:1. 2] Compare with pot odds. Next we calculate the same ratio of odds using the size of the pot and the size of the bet. This makes our odds $100:$20 which works out to equal 5:1 pot odds. Card Odds: 4:1 Pot Odds: 5:1 Remember! You should only call if the pot odds are greater than the "card odds" Knowing mathematics makes you better in poker The internet sites I used: http://www.thepokerbank.com/strategy/mathematics/ Author: Neringa Pacevič MMT1 Poker Mathematics
Transcript: Jack Strauss - "All you need is a chip and a chair" Step 3: The Flop Step 2: The Blinds Step 7: Order of Hands Follow these steps and play poker! Step 5: The River Step 8: Best Hand Wins! Conclusion Step 6: Showdown Step 1: Buy In How To Play Texas Hold'em Poker The small and big blinds are designated in order to ensure that the hand will be played. The blinds are located to the left of the dealer button. Both the blinds and the button move clockwise after each hand. Step 4: The Turn
Transcript: Poker • Deck of cards • Poker chips or money • 2-10 players • Table to play on • Dealer button • Small blind button • Big blind button •1 player is the dealer. •Player to the left of the dealer posts the small blind and the player to the left of the small blind posts the big blind. •Once the blinds are collected, some games collect antes. These are a small amount, usually ¼ of the small blind. Fortunately antes are not common in low stakes or home games. •Every player is dealt 2 cards face down. •After the dealing is done the first round of betting starts with the player to the left of the big blind. Their options in this situation are fold, call, or raise. •The dealer then burns one card and places 3 cards face up. •Another betting round starts this time from the left of the dealer. • The next step is for the dealer to burn another card and flip a single card this card is called the turn. • Another betting round the same as the last betting round • Once that betting round is finished the dealer burns a final card and flips another single card face up called the river. • The last betting round occurs. • At any point, if only one player remains that player wins the money in the middle and you repeat until a time limit is reached or one player is left with all the money. The only thing that changes is the dealer switches to the next player on the left of the previous dealer. The world series of poker started in 1970. It was 2 weeks long and offered 10 tournaments of other poker games including no limit hold’em. Today it has 58 events and runs from May 31st to July 7th. This year the main event had 6895 entrants and featured a prize pool of $64,531,000 with $8,711,956 going to the winner. Presentation by: Lars Onrust What you will need: WSOP Information: what you need to play poker poker hands rankings how to play poker WSOP information My own experience My experience Contents Continuation... How to play poker:
Transcript: Zaak van Zadelhoff (mei 2013) 3-bet 3 Flush flop A-game ABC player Ace in the hole Aces full Acey-Deucey Act Action Add-on Advantage After-Hours-Game Agressive Ahead Ajax American Airlines Ammo Anna Kournikova Ante Apple Assigned Bettor Semi-bluff Set Shark Short stack Showdown Slow play Smooth call Steal Steamen Table image Tell Tight Tilt Underplay !! Pot odds !! Fish Flushdraw Freeroll Freeze-out Hit Kicker Laydown Limp Live cards Loose In the money Monster Nuts Open(en) Outs Overbet Overcard Overpair Over the top Passive Premium hand Rainbow Rebuy Represent Running Flush Running straight Scare card Second nuts Blinds stelen Steal-raise Check-raisen Raise als je opent Squeezing Veel Varianten: Ik ben COOL!!! The Basics Lose big, win small Te veel spelen Beslissen met emoties Handen te langs vasthouden Korte termijn kijken Aantal spelers? C-Bet Starting Hands BAD BEAT! Do's: 52 kaarten in het spel "Lose small Inzet patronen Omaha Poker Caribean Stud Poker Limit / No limit Texas Hold'em Playing Big! Win Big!!" Toernooi en cashgame !! Fish !! Agressief Calling Stations Passief Tight Geluk of Behendigheid? Regelmaat en speelstijl Bluffen! Backdoor Flush Backdoor straight Backer Bad beat Bankroll Barn Battle of the blinds Behind Bet in the Dark Bet the Limit Betting Stakes Blank Blocker Boardcards Boat Bracelet Broadway Bubbled Bust a Player Calling station Checkraise Chipleader Coinflip Cold call Dominated Drawing dead Drawing hand Family pot Slowplay Lose small, Win Big! Bereken uw pot odds Varieer Onthoud speelstijl van anderen Bepaal uw speelstijl Pre-Flop Flop Turn River Show down Pokertermen Raise Bet Call Check Fold Kansberekening Dealer Small Blind Big Blind Tafel positie Don'ts: Texas Hold'em Poker Gedrag van andere spelers Hoe "moet" u bluffen? Outs?
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