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 Apr 22 awarded Popular Question Dec 22 awarded Caucus Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Jun 15 awarded Nice Question Jun 12 awarded Critic Jun 12 comment Game Theory: Is there an “unexploitable” strategy in No Limit Holdem? Note that . I don't require the strategy to have a positive expectation, only a non-negative one. Jun 9 awarded Quorum Jun 9 comment Game Theory: Is there an “unexploitable” strategy in No Limit Holdem? I'm sorry but If you are sure about your statement, you should be able to at least sketch some kind formal proof. If you make statements without proving them, I cannot accept your post as an answer. This is a game theoretical question which should not be answered by referring to (unproven) "common sense". Jun 9 revised Game Theory: Is there an “unexploitable” strategy in No Limit Holdem? added 6 characters in body Jun 9 comment Game Theory: Is there an “unexploitable” strategy in No Limit Holdem? I'm not sure with the second collusion example either. Could you elaborate on why exactly our EV becomes negative there? Jun 9 revised What is the use of the Dot Product of two vectors? added 28 characters in body Jun 9 revised What is the use of the Dot Product of two vectors? added 165 characters in body Jun 9 revised What is the use of the Dot Product of two vectors? added 55 characters in body Jun 9 revised What is the use of the Dot Product of two vectors? added 469 characters in body Jun 9 comment What is the use of the Dot Product of two vectors? @Muprid: Good point. I've deleted the sentence now. Jun 9 revised What is the use of the Dot Product of two vectors? deleted 5 characters in body Jun 9 comment What is the use of the Dot Product of two vectors? @Muphrid: Of course you can define something like an "angle" in arbitrary dimensions. I've changed "geometrical" to "visual", I think that makes more sense. Jun 8 comment Game Theory: Is there an “unexploitable” strategy in No Limit Holdem? I'm not sure whether collusion matters here. In your example for instance, we're effectively playing against one other player with a very strong range, but who also pays $(n-1)$-times the blinds we do, so it's at least non-trivial that this constellation gives us a negative EV, isn't it? Jun 8 revised Game Theory: Is there an “unexploitable” strategy in No Limit Holdem? added 178 characters in body Jun 8 awarded Commentator