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Short Stacking Strategy (SSS) Calculator软件问题

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    • xuchying
      xuchying
      铜牌
      从: 2008.06.15 帖子: 33.155
      你好 lc135216

      看搜索结果,应该是只有APP,没有PC版本的
    • lc135216
      lc135216
      铜牌
      从: 2010.02.12 帖子: 45
      郁闷啊,看来要用还要买个苹果手机啊!
    • xuchying
      xuchying
      铜牌
      从: 2008.06.15 帖子: 33.155
      原作: lc135216
      郁闷啊,看来要用还要买个苹果手机啊!

      我看2+2论坛上也提到该软件,不过确实没找到有PC下载
    • bodao118
      bodao118
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      从: 2013.10.27 帖子: 1.719
      下载一个研究,多谢!

      The Short Stack Strategy (SSS) is a No-Limit Hold’em cash game strategy based on mathematics and exploiting big stack cash game players against each other. It allows players with very little experience to have an edge against more experienced players. It is one of the most popular methods to build a bankroll while learning to play No-Limit Hold’em. A Google search for “Short Stack Strategy” will provide a more complete introduction to using the SSS.

      The SSS Calculator is a tool that solves one of the most profitable situations: When to All-in 3-Bet versus an open raise?

      There are 4 things you must provide the SSS Calculator to determine which hands are positive expected value (+EV or profitable) and which hands have a negative expected value (-EV or unprofitable).
      1. Villain Steal Range – Percentage of hands the raiser would normally raise with. If you are unsure, 28.8% is a good starting place. Use a smaller percentage if the raiser is in early position and a larger percentage if the raiser is in late position.
      2. Villain Call Range – Percentage of hands the raiser would call your All-in 3-Bet with. If you are unsure, 19.8 is a good starting place. Use a smaller percentage if the Effective Stack is below 10 and a larger percentage if the Effective Stack is above 20.
      3. Raise Size – Size of the villain’s raise in Big Blinds (BBs). If the blinds are $1/$2 and the villain raises to $7, you would enter 3.5 BBs.
      4. Effective Stack – The smallest number of chips either you or the villain has on the table in BBs. If you have $18 and the villain has $83, then the Effective Stack is 9 BBs.
      5. Players Left to Act – Identifies how many players have not made their first preflop decision. Do not count the original raiser in this total. If the first raise comes from UTG and you are on the Dealer Button, Players Left to Act is 2 because the SB and BB have not had the chance to make a preflop decision. Another example is if everyone up to the Dealer folds, then the Dealer limps and the SB folds. You would select 0 Players Left to Act because you are the final player to make their first preflop decision. A key concept to understand is the more Players Left to Act, the stronger the hand required to 3-Bet All-In.

      Once you have set these 5 items, you compare your hand to the green/red matrix to see what to do. If your hand is green, move All-In. If your hand is red, fold. Note the matrix is split between suited and unsuited hands (off-suit). Ace-King suited is denoted as AKs. Ace-King off-suit is denoted as AKo.

      Poker Terms:
      3-Bet – The second preflop raise (BB is 1st bet, raise is 2nd bet, re-raise is 3rd bet)
      UTG – Under the Gun or the 1st player to act preflop
      UTG+1 – The 2nd player to act preflop
      UTG+2 – The 3rd player to act preflop
      MP1 – The 4th player to act preflop
      MP2 – The 5th player to act preflop
      MP3 – The 6th player to act preflop at a 10 player table (does not exist at a 9 player table)
      CO – Cutoff position or the player just before the Dealer Button
      DB – Dealer Button or the last player to act preflop before the Blinds
      SB – Small Blind who has ½ BB invested prior to their preflop decision
      BB – Big Blind or the final player to make a preflop decision