Jan. 4, 2017 | 4:43 p.m.
Agree with Gamblling Poet about postflop line.
Regarding the 3bet, I wouldn't do it. Not because the hand has polarized Eq distribuition (that's the kind of hand I prefer OOP), but because stacks are so deep that it won't do much for you. Against described villain, we can argue about 3betting in a regular 100bb deep situation to try to push a Eq edge, an deny him positional advantage.
But here, you are just inflating the pot in a situation where you are most likely to fold in future streets (being OOP, with a polarized hand and a a SPR of 10)
Ps.: Being a 54/28/14 who OR BTN 68% isn't a guarentee that he is fish IMO, specially considering samplezises issues and the fact that the table is deep, where you can get away playing a wider hange IP.
Dec. 27, 2015 | 1:23 p.m.
Hi Gambling Poet.
Please keep in mind that I'm new to PLO as well, i'm commenting most to get the discussion going and to see if more experienced players will point flaws in my thinking.
At first thought, I would be inclined to call because if villain is only 3betting AA, we have about 37% Eq (which makes the call BE) + Position.
However, as i put more thought in it, I think it's a fold too. If villain has a hand that will barrel turn (say OP + FD, giving that we block many SD), we are in a awful spot, because we can't use our position to steal the pot if the turn is a blank and we have about 25% Eq.
As you develop more reads (for example: villain 3bet big pairs, cbet and then give up on turn), you can call in this spot and evaluate on turn.
Dec. 26, 2015 | 1:36 p.m.
Hi Fabse. Thanks For the reply,
I feared 5betting because I felt that having the Q gap was somewhat high and I would lose a little in equity distribuition but I guess my reasoning was flawed.
OTF I undertand your point of just pushing due to SPR. I feared stacking off hugely dominated because of his sizing (I assuime people tend to bet small when their are folding, or when they are protected on future streets, but I may be assuming wrongly as I don't have pratical experience in PLO)
Nov. 4, 2015 | 12:15 p.m.
Thanks for the reply. What are your reasoning for shoving flop?
Nov. 4, 2015 | 11:38 a.m.
Although I like calling suited Aces in micro PLO, I would fold this PF, the 6c in too much of dangler to me. I dont think this hand will flop many nut hands (which is what you want playing OOP)
As played, I would check/call river with de 3rd nut for a bet, and even consider folding against huge action.
Nov. 3, 2015 | 12:42 p.m.
BN: anikin72: $2.23
SB: ZenOnWheels: $4.20 (Hero)
BB: peppinooo: $1.49
I could check/call, but my reasoning for shoving is that I have a lot of equity vs villain range, so if he cbeted im calling anyway and I could lose action if he checks back and I river my flush.
Weslly0420 wins and shows three of a kind, Queens.
Weslly0420 wins $6.83
Rake is $0.23