Sunday, March 26, 2023

ChatGPT knows nothing about poker

I asked it this: "Is deuce-four a strong starting hand in no-limit hold'em poker?"

It replied: 

The strength of any starting hand in no-limit hold'em poker depends on various factors such as your position at the table, your opponents' tendencies, the stack sizes, and the stage of the tournament or cash game.

That being said, deuce-four is generally considered to be one of the weakest starting hands in no-limit hold'em. It is unlikely to make strong pairs or straights, and it can be easily dominated by higher pairs or stronger hands. In most cases, it is not a hand that you would want to invest a lot of chips in, especially in early or middle positions.

Of course, there may be some situations where deuce-four can be played profitably, such as in late position or against weaker players who are more likely to make mistakes. However, in general, it is not a hand that you would want to rely on to win big pots in no-limit hold'em poker.


Unknown said...

There was a time when this would have drawn many comments.
Now if anyone reads it, they are most likely just confused.

THETA Poker said...

I've tried to immortalize the Grump in my Hand Nicknames list, but my site probably gets even fewer hits than this mostly dormant blog.

I hope you're still playing poker even if you're no longer blogging about it...

Robert Jen (the World's Greatest Unknown WSOP Historian; f.k.a. the THETA Poker guy)

skippob said...

Missing your instructive blog,RIP

Farmer Don said...

We call the mighty deuce-four the poker grump hand
great to see you post