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Post  RWPKRPLR1 on Sun Sep 15, 2013 12:37 pm

Dry Boards

Rainbow Boards with no draws (Ac 8d 2s, Kd 3s 8h, Qh 2c 7d)
Paired Boards with no draws (Td Tc 2c, Kd 3h 3s)

Neutral  Boards

Rainbow boards that contain a 1 or 2  gap draw(Kd 3s Jh, 3s 5h Td, Jc 8d 3s, 9d 6h 2s)

Wet Boards

Boards that contain a Straight (OE or hidden)or a flush draw
(3s Qc Jd, Td 9h 2c, 5s 6h Jc, Td 6h Qc, 6d 5h 7c, Ac Qd Jh)( 2s 8d Kd, Ah 2s 7s)
Paired boards that contain a straight or a flush draw (9d 9h Ts, Qd Qc 6d)
Mono Boards with no clear straight draws (2s 7s Ks)

Very Wet Boards

Boards that contain both a straight and flush draw
(Kd Qd 3h, 9h 8h 4c, 3s 4s Jd, Qc Tc 6d, 6d 9d 2h)
Paired boards with flush and straight draws (6d 5d 6h, Ts Th Jh)
Mono boards that have OESD or hidden Straight draws
(Th Jh 2h, 2s 3s As, As 6s 8s, Tc 8c 6c, Tc 6c Qc)

So how would I convert these over to your XYZ system?

I will use this thread post some flop hands as well.


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Re: flop texture

Post  JodaB. on Sun Sep 15, 2013 1:10 pm

RWPKRPLR1 wrote:

So how would I convert these over to your XYZ system?



As you start to take notes in relation to how you would exploit your oppenents then you will learn to categorize the flops.

Let's not call it a 'system' ha ;p

but I just have a few like xxy, 887 99t etc.

two tone, mono tone, rainbow

Axx, Kxx, AQx etc.

Just depends on what is important that you note....so you'll have to get used to it in relation to specific hands and opponents.
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