This is probably a stupid question, but I couldn't find it through searching on google. I understand that there is no single optimal strategy in poker, and the only way to maximize your expected value is to try to exploit patterns in your opponents play, but why are pot-odds not enough to be "invincible" at poker? That is, if you make every decision based on pot-odds I do not see how you could ever get exploited, since pot odds by definition means that you only play when you have a mathematical advantage.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# No single optimal strategy in poker

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