Position

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STANCE.

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Random information on the term “Position”:

Position in poker refers to the order in which players are seated around the table and the related poker strategy implications. Players who act first are in “early position”; players who act later are in “late position”; players who act in between are in “middle position”. A player “has position” on opponents acting before him and is “out of position” to opponents acting after him. Because players act in clockwise order, a player “has position” on opponents seated to his right, except when the opponent has the button and certain cases in the first betting round of games with blinds.

The primary advantage held by a player in late position is that he will have more information with which to make better decisions than players in early position, who will have to act first, without the benefit of this extra information. This advantage has led to many players in heads-up play raising on the button with an extremely wide range of hands because of this positional advantage. Also, as earlier opponents fold, the probability of a hand being the best goes up as the number of opponents goes down.

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