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[...] folding QQ's 100bb's deep HU feels really crazy

It is. ;-)

July 16, 2019 | 5:39 a.m.

Readless I would raise / fold, but given this guy's stats, a call seems reasonable.

Even though it's a low sample, these stats don't really fit. All stats combined point to a guy who is not pushing the edge with reasonable, but not nuttish hands, but is very likely willing to bluff too much.

That said, I'd rather expect this guy to x/c with AA, reducing his valuerange pretty much - and making a bluffraise rather useless, as his range should be polarized enough that we either call or fold.

July 16, 2019 | 5:37 a.m.

Ah, now I understand. Yeah, that's obviously a "problem", but that is unsolvable. If it wouldn't - poker would be solved. :) Think of it like this: if there were any way to meaningfully "aggregate" flop nodes w/o loss of information, then the same had to be true for flop -> preflop. Then you had solved the game.

There's no shortcut, understanding poker strategy is no low hanging fruit.

Sounds ass-wise, but is meant serious. :)

July 13, 2019 | 11:29 a.m.

Comment | BigFiszh commented on Nl 50z - KK vs Potbet

I'd assist that, turn looks like a fold. The potsized bet is a pretty nice signal - and rarely do I see anybody psb and then giving up on the river so our plan should not be call, fold.

July 13, 2019 | 6:39 a.m.

I can't really follow you. Where is the problem of creating aggregation reports over multiple nodes? I do that all the time.

July 13, 2019 | 6:34 a.m.

but u dont fold KK Pre below 150bb (I wouldnt fold like 180, but Im fish).

First advice: don't work with rule of thumbs. They hurt. :)

I mean, guy had 5% 3bet, not 1.

5% likely is overall. In this spot I'd definitely expect a value close to 1% (rather below), so, yeah, I don't see any problem with folding KK in this spot. Chances this guy is going broke with QQ / AK here pre for 150bb should be close to non-existent. And even against the range you assigned to Villain (KK+, AKs, QQ[1]) our shove is -EV (as we block KK and AK).

July 11, 2019 | 10:42 a.m.

Hey, I'll chime in for a short glance. When looking at your stats, one thing pops out:

WSD:57,5

And it gets even brighter, as you add that id decreases nowadays (supplemented with a sad smiley). This number is WAY TOO HIGH!!

Look at it this way: Imagine, how often for example you need to win if you call a potsized bet on the river. It's 33%. That said, if you always faced a psb on the river as the passive player, a WSD of 33% would be "sufficient". Now, obviously there are spots where you are the aggressor and valuebet, you get free showdown etc. But overall, this number seems too high. I'd rather expect a number around 51%, combined with a WTSD of ~30%.

As you are using PT4 (hell, yeah :D), you can use the River Call Efficiency stat as well - I guess it's somewhere around 1.8 or even higher?

That - by the way - is a very good indicator for your redline! You're just giving up too much - and you are mostly "only" willing to see a showdown when you are certain (enough) to win. When this is combined with giving up too lately (i.e. calling twice and then folding the river) it gets really brutal.

That said, get into your database again (you got enough hands!!), and analyze your folding behaviour. Use filters like hell!

1) Filter for "call river", group by betsizes, look for WSD / River Call Efficiency.
2) Filter for "call flop, call turn, fold river", analyze if the fold was viable.
3) Repeat for "call flop, fold turn".
4) Look for other situations where you folded (i.e. against a flop-raise).
5) Look for "call preflop, fold to cbet", "raise pre, x/f flop", "raise pre, bet flop, x/f turn" etc.

Good luck!

BigFiszh

July 10, 2019 | 5:35 a.m.

Your surprise seems to imply the expectation that "GTO" is better than "non-GTO", which is apparently wrong - or at least not necessarily right.

If, for example, I'd be sure that my opponents massively overfold the river when I overshove, then I should do it all the time. Non-GTO obviously, but optimal (in that case). If instead I had no clue if my opponents overfolded or overcalled, I should stick to GTO - to avoid of getting exploited (accidentally).

Now, when Magnus has a good idea of how his opponents would react in those fields they are unexperienced in, than it's a good idea to deviate. And your understanding that he "sacrifices EV" is clearly wrong. If he did not know how his opponent reacts, it could be that his opponent - known or unknown - reacts optimally which will crush Magnus, but apparently that is not the case, so he knows what he does - and does not sacrifice EV at all (all he does is sacrifying some early value in trade of later return).

=> When my students asked me, why they should study / apply GTO when their opponents would not play optimal (or even good) anyways, that there's always the risk that an unknown player "accidentally reacts optimally". I call that "accidental exploitation" - and obviously, regarding our EV, it's irrelevant if we got exploited consciously or unconsciously. :-)

BigFiszh

July 7, 2019 | 6:40 a.m.

If we have reliable (!) population tendencies they should substitute player reads. So, any unknown player can be treated as a population standard representative. Means, we adjust against the population (against unknown) and then against specific player (if we got enough information).

Short answer: Definitely deviate from "equilibrium strategy" if the pool demands it.

BigFiszh

June 21, 2019 | 2:02 p.m.

GTO+ is a solver, you don't want / need a solver, you need a tool that lets you learn. A solver is no learning tool.

You neither use a pocket calculator to learn math, huh? ;-)

June 20, 2019 | 4:32 p.m.

There's no clearcut formula how to calculate this (insofar akissv7 is basically right), you can just try to come with a good guess.

A "simple" (at least when trained to) way to get to it is CardrunnersEV (some - especially some of my students - will roll their eyes now, as they just waited for me to bring that up - but hey, it's true!! :D). There you can easily play around with ranges and calculate the resulting EV.

If you wanna do it with pen and paper, just look at it like this: Villain 3bets with 32o. You call with your regular defense range (for calling). Say, Villain has ~27% equity postflop, of which he realizes 110% (as being the aggressor, hence showing the stronger range, being IP etc.). That gives him 30% equity. The pot after him 3-betting and you flatting is 19.5bb. 30% of these makes an EV (equity-share) of roughly 6bb. As Villain invested 9bb to get there, he loses 3bb when his 3bet was not successful preflop. So, this is your new baseline!

So, come up with an EV-formula where Villain loses 9bb if you 4bet and 3bb if you call. That's the MDF. And then you can subtract some percentage again for the chance of SB and BB "supporting" your defense work by calling / cold-4-betting. Try to add some reasonable numbers for these as well. Then combine that altogether and you will get an answer.

Not an easy task - but hey, who said, Poker were easy? :)

BigFiszh

June 20, 2019 | 1:22 p.m.

MDF is always a viable baseline, but as I mentioned, we have to consider additional parameters.

June 20, 2019 | 12:11 p.m.

There's one big mistake - or more precise, one point you're missing - in your thought process: as long, as you defend passively (by calling instead of raising), your opponent gets the chance to see a flop / turn ...

That adds further EV to his bluffs!

The additional EV forces your defense strategy to go up to keep him from rolling over you (= "keeping him indifferent between bluffing and giving up").

Just as a pure exaample: If we were 4-betting your entire preflop defense range, Villain would be moreless 0EV when 3-betting. If we follow your real preflop strategy though and assume that you got 90% equity realisation when you call with your given range, BTN makes at least a whopping 150bb / 100 with any two!

Summary: MDF only holds true for aggressive defenses, calls count less towards defense frequencies, so you got to call more.

June 20, 2019 | 6:36 a.m.

Comment | BigFiszh commented on Donk betting

One thing that really helps to understand - or better - to demystify the concept of "donk" betting is to consider two things:

1) "Donking" originally means "betting into the aggressor". Now, think about what "aggressor" really means! Is there ANY inherent attribute (other than a range) that is attached to being an aggressor?

2) If you model a hand in Pio (or any solver fwiw) - where and how do you tell the solver who were the aggressor? :-) Right - you don't. There is NO relevance to it. It's all about ranges. Period.

So, to train a donking strategy, think about what makes a range prone to bet. Then you will "automatically" come up with that part of a range that profits from "donking" on certain boards.

Hope that helps. :)

BigFiszh

June 19, 2019 | 7:47 p.m.

Snowie will show you the ranges it's operating with. Are they that similar? Second thing is that SPR's are different.

June 12, 2019 | 6:03 a.m.

My rationale in these spots is that we're never folding, right?

That's flawed thinking. You are not shoving Aces preflop as well, right? And why are you checking behind the flop if you are so "convinced" of your hand's strength?

June 10, 2019 | 4:08 p.m.

Comment | BigFiszh commented on 10NL: BOOOOOM

Welcome back, SetMineUrAss.

June 10, 2019 | 7:17 a.m.

Comment | BigFiszh commented on Preflop ranges

May we massage your feet as well?

June 8, 2019 | 11:02 a.m.

Dislike preflop, like the rest, dislike sizing on the river. Make it 300 and make it quickly. Look strong and threatening - so your opponent convinces himself that you got to be bluffing.

June 6, 2019 | 11:50 a.m.

If you want to iso-raise, make it way bigger - it makes no sense to reduce your SPR if you can almost be certain to create a massive multiway pot. This is burning money. especially with a hand that weak (and with bad position anyways).

As played, fold to the raise, reasons mentioned above (SPR, position, EQ).

As played, fold turn, what are you hoping for - against a PASSIVE guy that can dominate you with tons of 9x, 5x?

As played, you got to call. Don't know against which range we wanna fold here. Not happy still (best we can hope for is a chop in most times, and Villain still can have tons of quads), but this is where our previous mistakes got us.

June 4, 2019 | 8:29 a.m.

May 29, 2019 | 10:34 p.m.

Ah okay, sorry my fault! That happens when the PioSolver directory is not linked to the system's search path, so Win does not know where to load the support files from.

Then do it different: change to the Pio directory and run the solver from there, i.e.:

c:
cd c:/programs/PioSOLVERpro10/
PioSOLVER-pro.exe c:/temp/examplescript.txt

Please replace the pathnames if you use anything different. Then it should work.

May 29, 2019 | 6:40 a.m.

Just do the following:

1) Open a regular text editor (i.e. open the win menu and type "notepad" ... then click on "editor" or "notepad.exe" - whatever name appears).
2) Type in the following:

setrange OOP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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set
range IP 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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setboard Ks 9d 8s
set
effstack 50
set
pot 0 0 50
clearlines
add
line 0 0 0 0 0 50
addline 0 0 0 0 50
add
line 0 0 0 50
addline 0 0 50
add
line 0 50
addline 50
build
tree
go 1200 seconds
waitforsolver
dumptree "c:/temp/Ks9d8s.cfr" noturns

That builds a (senseless, pure example) tree with OOP playing AKs and IP playing 22 on a K98s board. Then it runs for 20 minutes or up to a precision of 0.5%.

Save that text file wherever you want, i.e. on c:/temp/example_script.txt.

Finally open a command shell (win key -> type "cmd" and open the command shell).

Type in:

c:
cd temp
c:/programs/PioSOLVERpro10/PioSOLVER-pro.exe examplescript.txt

Replace the path in the last line by the installation directory of your PioSolver. Then watch it running. After finished, you can open the tree file that got saved in your Pio Viewer.

But obviously, not being a "computer guy" makes that one a pretty horrible trip, I guess. So better get really good at that stuff or you won't have fun with it. :)

At least you should have a starting point now to decide if it's the right thing for you to dive in. Good luck!

BigFiszh

May 28, 2019 | 5:55 a.m.

Most prevalent fact is that shallower stacks reduce the leverage of skill. In other words, the bigger effective stacks, the more you can profit from your skill advantage. The smaller effective stacks, the less skill advantages count.

Most simplified proof is if you imagine a 1bb game. Just call or fold preflop. It's very easy to understand that every one-eyed monkey could use a preflop chart and play "perfectly".

Obviously there COULD be the situation where your opponents which are not used to short stack play and/or get confused between the mixture of stacks, play even worse which means the reduction of skill advantage leverage would be cut back again. But in that case you had to be very good in shortstack play yourself - which judging from what you wrote - does not seem to be the case.

May 27, 2019 | 6:17 p.m.

I am not aware of any helpful videos. Most videos only cover basic script generation from PioViewer.

May 27, 2019 | 3:16 a.m.

Just copy the script(s) and put it one after the other into a plain text file. Then run PioSolver (not PioViewer!!) and either directly load the script or run the solver directly on that scriptfile:

c:/whatever/PioSOLVER-pro.exe myscript.txt

Here's the documentation of the scripting language:

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0769/9693/files/UPI19-documentation.pdf?9664768544248083387

Good luck! :)

BigFiszh

May 25, 2019 | 5:36 a.m.

Comment | BigFiszh commented on Sweden

Moved.

May 20, 2019 | 7:34 p.m.

Yeah, might be. I stand corrected. :)

May 17, 2019 | 7:42 p.m.

How do you guys play A5cc in Villain's position?

May 17, 2019 | 5:46 p.m.

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