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2ndrowzoomie
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« on: November 10, 2016, 12:50:31 AM »

Hi all,

Think I've done my due diligence in trying to find an answer to this one, but couldn't locate a post anywhere, so trying the group. What's the purpose of the following statements from the mtt profile?

When stacksize = 0 and stacksize < 1 and not (pairinhand or hand = A or hand = KQ) fold force
When stacksize = 0 and stacksize < 1 and not (pairinhand or hand = A or hand = KQ) sitout force

Seems to me it would cause the bot to fold and sitout with minimal stacks? Is this correct? Isn't the point at which the bot should be raising max with virtually any hand? Also, if the stacksize = 0 condition is true, wouldn't stacksize < 1 always be true?

Thanks in advance
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« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2016, 02:26:35 AM »

It was a temporary workaround for a long-fixed bug. Obviously if your stack really = 0 you can no longer act.
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