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The Summary Tab Finding the Big Fish

The auto-rate feature allows us to rapidly categorize players, but there are some players that deserve special attention. We're talking about the biggest of the fish, those whale-like players that fling their chips in the pot without caring what happens. These big fish are worth some extra attention, since finding them usually means adding a nice pile of big bets to our bankroll. Poker Tracker's Summary tab makes it easy to quickly identify the big fish. Before tagging the big fish, we must...

Putting it all together autorating the players

Now that we've gone through the theoretical basis for the auto-rate rules, we're ready to rate players. Poker Tracker's auto-rate feature takes us through this three-step process. Click on UtilitiesAuto Rate Players in the top menu bar to begin the auto-rate process alternatively, click the eagle icon - in the row of top menu icons . j Session Notes Game Notes j Position Stats j Misc. Stats j Summary Game Time Preferences j Site Party amp Affili tes General Description Do Not Auto-Rate This...

Cold Calling Raises with Marginal Hands

One of the biggest mistakes in limit poker is cold calling raises before the flop with marginal hands. Cold calling refers to the action of calling two or more bets after one or more players have raised the pot before it is your turn to act. Since a raise indicates a strong hand for the raiser, there are very few hands for which calling is profitable. For example, cold calling with KQo against a reasonable raiser is a terrible play, since it's very likely that our hand is dominated the...