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MIT Holdem Point Count System

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The MIT Holdem Point Count System is a method for Holdem Poker players to evaluate their starting hand helping to decide whether to fold, call or raise. Based on a simulation of ten million hands, it provides a simple point count system that takes into account the strength of your starting cards, your table position and the number of opponents to indicate to you whether to ...more
Kindle Edition, 48 pages
Published February 10th 2014 by Profit Publishing
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