Fundamental Theorem of Poker

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Fundamental Theorem of Poker2018-02-22T13:02:48+01:00

This theory states that Whenever a player plays differently to how he would have played if he had known his opponents’ cards, his opponents profit; and any time a player makes the same move he would have made if he had known his opponents’ cards, he profits.

The problem with this theory is that a player will profit from the mistakes of the opponent. When the player is aware of their opponents’ cards, there will be at least one correct move that will generate maximum profits or minimum loses.