Sklansky Hand Groups
JulesDogg wrote
at 6:08 AM, Tuesday January 8, 2008 EST
Some of you may find this useful
Modified Hold'em Hand Groupings
Group 1: AA KK QQ JJ AKs
Group 2: TT AK AQs AJs KQs
Group 3: 99 ATs KTs QJs KJs AQ
Group 4: A8s KQ 88 QTs A9s AT AJ JTs
Group 5: 77 Q9s KJ QJ JT A7s A6s A5s A4s A3s A2s J9s T9s K9s KT QT
Group 6: 66 J8s 98s T8s 55 J9 43s 75s T9 33 98 64s 44 K8s K7s K6s K5s K4s K3s K2s Q8s 22 87s 97s
Group 7: 87 53s A9 Q9 76s 42s 32s 96s 85s J8 J7s 65 54 74s K9 T8 76 65s 54s 86s

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JulesDogg wrote
at 11:04 AM, Wednesday February 6, 2008 EST
Regardless of the above, you will still get lots of players throwing all their chips in with Q8 off suit and then complaining when beaten by 64s. LOL
zaxaxax wrote
at 8:16 PM, Tuesday March 4, 2008 EST
Why is 75s Group 6 and 76s Group 7? Should be the other way around.
JulesDogg wrote
at 11:40 PM, Tuesday March 4, 2008 EST
Thanks for pointing out the error; make the obvious correction.

blackglasses wrote
at 3:34 AM, Thursday May 1, 2008 EDT

Do you have any instructions with them?

Like group one, raise, and reraise, then check raise if you hit the flop/turn/river.

And what to do with group 5,6 and 7. I try to play those only if I can limp in cheap and then go on If I hit the flop, if everyone checks, ill try a small bluff that looks like a value bet.
JulesDogg wrote
at 1:15 PM, Thursday May 8, 2008 EDT
Blackglasses, it's not possible to provide 'instructions'. Any two hole cards can be played in a huge variety of ways. There are times to fold AJs pre-flop and other times when an all-in would be correct.
I would normally fold 97 off suit but under the right conditions I would all in with that hand.

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happyrover wrote
at 5:42 PM, Saturday January 17, 2009 EST
cottonhead wrote
at 4:16 PM, Wednesday February 4, 2009 EST
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JulesDogg wrote
at 9:01 PM, Wednesday February 4, 2009 EST
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at 10:02 AM, Tuesday February 17, 2009 EST
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