Friday, January 05, 2007

Cash Equity Article

About a month or so ago I received an FTP email newsletter that crystallized what I had been thinking was correct about play late in tournaments.

The article in question is called "Cash Equity at the Final Table" by Rafe Furst (#85) and is part of FTP's "Lessons from the Pros" series.

In it he talks about a situation at the WSOP $1500 Pot Limit Hold'em event where he has figured that if he calls and goes all in he has the correct pot odds to call, barely. He then looks beyond the pot odds to the cash value of his chips versus the cash value of his opponent's chips and decides to fold.

Go and read it for yourself. It could be well worth it. I know it has helped me a bit in multi-table SnGs at UB.

Enjoy the Pokery Goodness!

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