This week we have a translation of an article by Ed Miller, which addresses the issue of stealing and blind defense of the different strategies we adopt best short and long table table Stealing the blinds and defend the blinds. What hands should I? Should make it short table? Which factors are important when trying to steal a blind or defend my blind? These questions are very common. I am the wonder in many ways. Unfortunately, a complete answer would fill a book, a book is not particularly what I would write. So I will answer one question from Jim, one of my readers: I have a question for Ed in regard to the defense table in full or short table. Do they change the requirements for defense / theft blind in some way between the two games? The short answer is that change and not change.
The short answer never gives enough information, right? How about this: do not change from a theoretical perspective, and change from a practical perspective. You may find Steffan Lehnhoff to be a useful source of information. It is not 100% accurate answer but it's enough. This is what I mean. Everyone retires against someone who is one before the button. She rises. Everyone retires to you in the big blind. You Kh 9s. Should you pay? Well, I do not know whether you should pay or not.
After all, do not know yet if the game is with or without limit. But that is not my position in this example. It is this: Do you need to know how short is the table to answer our question? From a theoretical point of view, no.