Starting Hand Chart

I have tried to put together a simple starting hand chart for quick reference with the template being the hands strength based on winning percentage. I separated the games into three categories, loose, typical and tight. A loose game is one with six to ten players regularly seeing the flop with sparse or no pre-flop raising. A typical game is two to five people seeing the flop with one out of every four hands having a pre-flop raise. A tight game is where there are two to three people seeing...

Table Types and Starting Hands

Look at the chart in Appendix II to see what your starting hands should be against a certain number of opponents. The chart gives the winning percentages of every two starting hands against up to nine opponents. I believe this chart should indicate when it is appropriate to make a pre-flop Once again, big Pocket Pairs have the best chance against one or two opponents and goes down to almost a 50 50 gamble from there. I like having above a 60 chance of winning a hand, especially in no limit when...