i havent run any kind of sim relating to this situation, but 28:36 i cannot understand why KKQ8r would be a fold in the SB 4 handed. i have been surprised by how tight monker tells us to play, but still i thought this would be a mandatory call 4 handed
Nov. 26, 2018 | 4:32 p.m.
Hi Richard i have a couple questions id like to ask you:
are you still running sims on a server (i think i remember you saying you were doing this in an earlier video) and do you think this is a better option than building a PC?
is all of your PLO study based around software currently or do you still watch coaching videos/receive coaching?
Nov. 20, 2018 | 8:34 p.m.
I really enjoyed the last HU series, the WSOP 6mx series, and this new one because we get to see your most updated/current ideas about strat in heads up and 6mx. The combo of HU and 6mx in this vid is great
Nov. 19, 2018 | 11:24 p.m.
great video, hope you two will collaborate more in the future
Nov. 8, 2018 | 3:38 a.m.
in the first hand i believe the population would interpret your PSB lead as 'committed,' or value, and raise sets. while that players stats are weak, i think most players at these stakes would be able to imagine that your range contains some wraps/OESD they need to protect against. i have been punished for making assumptions on ignition, though
im not playing this high yet so im not really qualified to speak on these hands
im curious how villain responded to that river lead in the final hand
sad to hear you may have encountered a huplo bot, i pray the security teams can find some serious countermeasures against these people who exploit the ecosystem
Nov. 7, 2018 | 12:31 a.m.
hi corey i have a question
my goal as a student of the game is to reach a place where i know roughly what decisions i need to make, and what actions i need to take in the majority of the game tree. another way of describing this would be 'confidence,' in the majority of nodes of the tree (hopefully my terminology is correct)
how much has your confidence improved since you started studying with a solver? do you feel as though you know roughly what decisions you need make in the majority of the tree?
Nov. 4, 2018 | 8 p.m.
i have learned so much from you
are you doing any solver work for your PLO game? (monker)
Nov. 3, 2018 | 4:50 a.m.
the hand right before that one also surprised me when he folded, same table w/ QJJ4 (three diamonds) against sb 3b to 35 and a pot of 50. i guess the hand looks better than it is but with those odds and position on the PF3Ber i would have called
Nov. 2, 2018 | 6:02 a.m.
Several times now in this series you have mentioned that you are incorporating light x/r's into your strategy, what motivated you to do this? Do you think that light x/r's offer something valuable to a strategy?
Oct. 29, 2018 | 10:12 p.m.
in the final graphic at 56:00 i cant understand why 22xx is calling more than 44xx, or why 53xx is calling more than 85xx. Is this because 44 and 85 have some blocking effect that is making villain more likely to posses a 7xxx/boat? maybe im reading this graph wrong: do we have 44 and 85 more frequently than their weaker counterparts so we are calling them less often?
Oct. 29, 2018 | 2:03 a.m.
I think a potential benefit of separating them is that you can cover the solver material without any urgency, and the people who arent into solver vids can enjoy the pure gameplay vid. That said, i think the players who watch this kind of content arent picky
The monker videos that you, sergey nesterenko and cory M are putting out is some of the most exciting content on RIO and i hope you keep going
Oct. 26, 2018 | 10:31 p.m.
I dont know if Jens is still on RIO, but if anyone ever stumbles upon this question and knows the answer id rly apreciate it.
My question is: Jens is figuring out the composition of his opponents range in order to determine what % of the range he will fold. So is he using his opponents MDF to determine his sizing in these situations?
For example if villain is folding 33% of his range on the turn, and he can only defend 66% (MDF) of his range then Jens bets half pot?
Oct. 22, 2018 | 7:07 p.m.
Outstanding, i imagine these solver videos are pretty labor intensive.
This format of dicussing theory which incorporates charts, graphs, hand histories, audio, etc is what makes them so rich. I hope you will continue making videos in this same theme/format
Oct. 14, 2018 | 9:42 p.m.
Part of what makes this content so valuable is that you are creating relatively simple visual representations of complex rangeVSrange situations, and offering multiple visual formats.
What do you think of as the 'essential' software/hardware to run sophisticated PLO sims?
Also: if you had to guess, do you think the top tier of highstakes online PLO pros are running sims these days?
Oct. 10, 2018 | 10:45 p.m.
When you talk about how PP's may be undervalued in short stack cold calling ranges (26:40) you say that the reverse implied of hitting a set is not there, but that the value of making a hand with these double suited PP's is massive. Are you saying that the small reverse implied odds do justify incorporating these PP's into short stack cold calling range?
Thanks for making these PLO videos man they are so excellent