It’s easy to assume that making it known publicly that Dan Bilzerian was playing on Bill Perkins’ account might move the needle a tad towards the grey area. While one may consider multi-accounting to being akin to jaywalking with regards to enforceability, it’s one thing to do it and quite another to do it right in front of a police car.
The standard megaraise derives much of its effectiveness from the benefit of acting first after the flop, and therefore can be done with a surprisingly wide range of hands. The reverse megaraise is done in position, yet also done with a much narrower range of hands. The reason is because if the raise is called preflop, you will be going to more showdowns, since any caller(s) will often have the option of stealing your play and betting into you.
For the pros facing off, the match is likely to be nothing more than a negative freeroll for their reputations.
I am not asking you to take my word on its effectiveness…you are going to have to take a leap of faith and try it on your own. Just be advised: when it fails, you will look (and probably feel) like a moron. However, even when it works and you squeeze out additional chips, you will still appear as if you had grossly overplayed your hand, thus still looking like a moron. The upside of this is that few people will be able to figure out what you are doing, making them less likely to copy your successful new tactics and increasing the overall longevity of their profitability.
Having banned himself from the Hard Rock Tampa to stay away from the table games, he had been spending the last couple years playing in smaller cardrooms, frequently betting sports with some of the regulars, one of which was Paul Dlugozima (Zima421). Bemoaning that he can no longer play blackjack due to self-banning, Paul offered to spread him a private game at his home at any time.
Brains vs. AI rematch is not about winning or losing where developers are concerned. Details on the 80,000 Hand Match at Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh.