Under the heading of “free advice about playing poker” we can say the general rule of thumb is if you are dealt a small pair and the betting is light, pay to stay in. If you don’t get a remarkable improvement, most times you should fold.
Unfortunately, away from the card table in real life, sometimes a pair of sevens is going to be all you have. So you have to play the cards you were dealt as best as you can.
A recent presentation – featuring some more advice about playing poker; some explanations of how DNA works (or doesn’t) with relevance to autism spectrum disabilities in humans; and some details of what we think one solution is.
The long URL is http://www.silverwolfwush.com/Poker01.html