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Hand History | Domce posted in PLO: 25/50 PLO ZOOM interesting deep spot
BN: Sasuke234: $2296.30
SB: Domce: $10715.20
BB: YaAaRnY: $16537.08
CO: supernova9: $3471
Preflop ($75.00) (4 Players)
Domce was dealt K 5 8 K
supernova9 folds, Sasuke234 raises to $125, Domce raises to $425, YaAaRnY calls $375, Sasuke234 calls $300
Flop ($1300.00) T Q J (3 Players)
Domce bets $900, YaAaRnY calls $900, Sasuke234 raises to $1871.30, and is all in

Aug. 7, 2014 | 7:38 p.m.

Yes I called as it was the plan for all the river cards out there, unfortunately saw him having 6543.

Feb. 13, 2014 | 11:37 a.m.

Thanks guys for the answers, looks like betting the flop would have been a better decision as not a single of you liked my check there, well, live and learn :)

Feb. 12, 2014 | 10:53 a.m.

I agree with you looks like raising small wasn't a good idea, I just didn't think he could have Ace high spades there ever with his given line, wanted to keep weak hands in & induce light ship out there, didn't work out though :)

Feb. 12, 2014 | 10:50 a.m.

Hand History | Domce posted in PLO: Interesting 25/50 PLO ZOOM hand
BN: duubadaaba: $4760
SB: ZiWuvdUbtiYd: $2000
BB: Skjervy: $11778.25
HJ: trlanke: $7940.38
CO: Domce: $19856.66
Preflop ($75.00) (5 Players)
Domce was dealt 6 K K 5
trlanke raises to $125, Domce calls $125, duubadaaba folds, ZiWuvdUbtiYd raises to $550, Skjervy folds, trlanke calls $425, Domce calls $425
Flop ($1725.00) K 4 9 (3 Players)
ZiWuvdUbtiYd checks, trlanke checks, Domce checks
Turn ($1725.00) K 4 9 2 (3 Players)
ZiWuvdUbtiYd bets $475, trlanke calls $475, Domce raises to $1950, ZiWuvdUbtiYd folds, trlanke calls $1475
River ($6100.00) K 4 9 2 5 (2 Players)
trlanke bets $5440.38, and is all in

Feb. 7, 2014 | 12:35 a.m.

Comment | Domce commented on 25/50 Deep Ante PLO hand

Nice first post :) The thing is I played with Kimokh quite a bit lately & I don't think there are that many Axxx combos he is folding there & he got quite a few Axxx combos in his range there as he doesn't like to fold them pre, the key problem is if we are showing AAxx or not on the flop as if we don't have it in our shoving range, it's not that bad of a call from his side taking into account pot odds and that Berri has big troubles htting this flop hard with his range.

Oct. 17, 2013 | 3:56 p.m.

Comment | Domce commented on 25/50 Deep Ante PLO hand

Yea I think the same by betting small/folding we lose too much equity, while making incorrect folds & I think u should take diamond turns into consideration as well.

Oct. 17, 2013 | 3:44 p.m.

x/jam is better in my opinion as we are not folding out hands in good shape (he will bet those hands to our check anyway, unless it's some 86ddxx & your opp is capable of checking it) in case we bet & it's a flop, which hits opener's range better than yours so he will shoot a bet with quite a wide range unless he has some specific reads that you are not check/folding in 3 bet pots, which I assume about your description he won't be having.

Oct. 11, 2013 | 9:53 a.m.

Comment | Domce commented on 25/50 Deep Ante PLO hand

What's the plan for various turns? For a bet of this sizing u will get super wide range of calls, any open-ender is calling you, some of them might even get it in and u will make incorrect folds. 

Oct. 7, 2013 | 12:37 p.m.

Hand History | Domce posted in PLO: 25/50 Deep Ante PLO hand
UTG: Odd_Oddsen: $12200.50
HJ: Ravenswood13: $16343.64
CO: kimokh: $47373.37
BN: BERRI SWEET: $24617.10
SB: dmdj: $5000
BB: Domce: $9708.64
Preflop ($75.00) (6 Players)
Domce was dealt 9 K 7 K
Odd_Oddsen folds, Ravenswood13 folds, kimokh raises to $200, BERRI SWEET raises to $735, dmdj folds, Domce raises to $2490, kimokh calls $2290, BERRI SWEET calls $1755
Flop ($7545.00) 7 A 6 (3 Players)

Oct. 5, 2013 | 11:34 a.m.

Taking that into account & knowing that tjbentham is a decent reg, don't you think he can check his premiums expecting mikki will stab most of the time as he is getting mikki's shove every time he has get it in hand & gets bluffs as well while checking.

Sept. 27, 2013 | 8:09 a.m.

Sound like a plan, the backup for getting it in vs mikki ? 

Sept. 26, 2013 | 8:26 a.m.

It depends a lot, I have been playing poker for quite some time and there is time when your strategy works out and the time, when people realize how to play back at you, ups and downs like in every thing in your life :) I went up from playing 0.02/0.05$ long time ago :) Getting back to the hand I decided to check fold against tjbenham's bet, most likely to fold to mikky's bet as well :)

Sept. 25, 2013 | 1:27 p.m.

BB: Ilari FIN: $25590
CO: tjbentham: $18595
BN: mikki696: $19097
SB: Domce: $11060
Preflop ($300.00) (4 Players)
Domce was dealt A 6 A 2
tjbentham raises to $600, mikki696 calls $600, Domce raises to $2600, Ilari FIN folds, tjbentham calls $2000, mikki696 calls $2000
Flop ($8100.00) 9 5 7 (3 Players)

Sept. 24, 2013 | 10:28 p.m.

Hello there, quite an interesting hand, i think it's fold because of the following reasons :

1) if u know that utg is comming with w/e he has there btn will pop it to 8600*5= 43k if my math doesn't lie, that means u r left to act with 8k to 124600, which means u need slightly over 6% equity to get it in on a flop, so u r basically folding almost no flops.

2) I assume u feel quite confident about your edge in the game & as u mentioned some players are weak and some are even leaving the table in case they bust in this pot so that makes no sense for u to gamble it up, just get the game wild.

3) your range & UTG range in that spot is pretty much close, lower run downs are easier to fold for you as they get crushed by yours.

4) With the given data you are around break even or quite behind in equity versus other ranges most likely. 

Aug. 28, 2013 | 3:37 p.m.

I think it's a more of a fold preflop once u get a 3bet in this spot with 100bb effective as it will be very hard for u to play profitable vs his range, while calling a 3bet.

Aug. 13, 2013 | 10:27 p.m.

The key problem is that there are almost no worse hands, which are folding & Benny is quite capable of having there value hands, which with he would just call the turn. I barreled the river as well, but after some time I figured out that there were almost no better hands, which he is folding on the river, maybe Axxx, with a better kicker as if he decides to call with a value hand on the turn he is almost never folding the river, so I came up with the idea that even check/calling is better than shooting another bullet there, but most likely check/fold is the best or maybe even shooting a small river bet as he most likely won't have a raising range unless it's complete nuts. Tam M u might be right, but the problem is that lower turn sizing widens up his turn calling range, key factor is that there was a straddle so our stack size from bb perspective declines.

July 23, 2013 | 3:53 p.m.

Post | Domce posted in PLO: 100/200 Eur live game hand

Hello guys, I recently decided to take a shot in 100/200 EUR live PLO game in Austria, with quite a tough line up overall including Benjamin Spindler, Ronny Kaiser, Thomas Bichon & few other regulars. Game is a bit bigger as 400 straddle is being posted on the button half of the time. I recently lost a big pot with AKK2cc to AAT7 & this information is quite relevant from opponents perception in this hand. So Benny (we have long history both live and online) straddles the button (we played 6 handed at that time, my stack was 23k, both opponents cover me), small blind (staked guy, which is quite new to live high stakes PLO) calls, I raise to 1200 from the big blind with A665hh, Benny calls, sb calls, flop comes AK9ss, sb checks I bet 2800, Benny calls, turn comes 7, I bet another 7000, he times and calls, river comes 3, my decision ? The most optimal decision for an 8 spaded and non spaded, non Ace pairing cards ? Looking forward to your replies.

July 21, 2013 | 2:43 p.m.

Comment | Domce commented on 5/10 deep hand, inputs?

4bet/folding pre is the best option for balancing against decent/good thinking reg (talking about SB) especially with 3bet of 8,5+% overall in a long run, in case it's a tighter reg with 3bet something below 6% on a quite a big sample or a true bummie, just calling is most likely a better option, once you get this flop u got two options :

1) against decent reg flop calling is the best option in my opinion, on this turn u should just call in case u have some dynamics going on between you two & build plan for different rivers, however in case it's a decent reg he won't have this type of bet sizing on the turn too often, u should take a look at his ranges in similiar spots and note it.

2) against "honest" type bummie I would like to see u raise folding from time to time in this spot on the flop, because u block flush draws, most likely he won't even fight back with AA with s blocker, might fold lot's of decent equity hands. Of course u can peel the flop, once u face this extremly strong bet on the turn you should consider folding as u r basically flipping vs bottom of his range and get quite crushed against value range. I think your folding equity is extremly low on the turn against such type of player.

Take care and good luck on improving your game ;)

May 29, 2013 | 5:42 p.m.

So I have 485 hands sample against Jeans on Pokerstars this year (don't think it's good to bring up too old  statistic samples as PLO is developing rapidly), which is way too small to make any strong assumptions, however from this sample I can see that his cold calling 3bet range is 3,4%, which is probably a bit lower than average %, which today's regulars tend to have, although it's neccessary to mention that most of my hands against Jeans are at 50/100 and regulars tend to play on the tighter side, while they move to the higher stakes just because of different game dynamics. As I mentioned before I think Jeans is calling there double suited AQ32, AK32, maybe AJ32, but thats it. Albin produced a quite good range vs range analysis as long as we take out all naked sets and monster hands, which he might play tricky from to time, however I am not sure if he would ever do that with monster hand.

May 28, 2013 | 2 p.m.

Hello there, sorry for late reply A23x combos will be there as double suited combos with AK and AQ of course they will be very rare as some of them he might even 4bet. I don't have big enough sample at my current database to make any assumptions about his 3bet cold calling range & I don't think can't beat may be the reason for wider cold calling range, however assuming I am in the pot and we have long history he might do it with wider range against me as he likes to battle against me :)

May 24, 2013 | 10:27 a.m.

Hand History | Domce posted in PLO: 50/100 hand against Jeans
SB: Domce: $9900
BB: Jeans89: $20435
UTG: netinhomara: $2683.50
HJ: Vaga_Lion: $6505
CO: LamassuShedu: $10572.50
BN: cantbeat: $8295
Preflop ($150.00) (6 Players)
Domce was dealt T J Q 8
netinhomara folds, Vaga_Lion folds, LamassuShedu folds, cantbeat raises to $220, Domce raises to $760, Jeans89 calls $660, cantbeat calls $540
Flop ($2330.00) T 5 4 (3 Players)
Domce checks, Jeans89 bets $2275, cantbeat folds, Domce calls $2275
Turn ($6880.00) T 5 4 5 (2 Players)

May 16, 2013 | 1:17 a.m.

I think 3bet on a flop is a bad decision, especially given that you told he has raised paired flops before (you kick out the bluffs, which is not what u wanna do). If it's a smart guy he will use that 3bet against you quite easily with Kxxx combos & even hands like QJTx occasionally. Given the line that you played it's more of a shove than a check back, because u r beating his calling range.

May 2, 2013 | 11:22 a.m.

Hi Leo, great video, will try to make few comments from what a noticed. 14:30 AJT5 with backdoor flush, you opted to c/cl the flop Q94dd, the turn comes 2d, I think it's perfect card to lead with your range there & barrel non pairing river afterwards (the K river was perfect for c/cl), especially after u face pot bet on the flop from twin-caracas, knowing him I think that he has to have some "banana" aces with nut flush draw to make a pot bet there (in case u wanna put him on the flush there), so he most likely is having set or top two pair combos. KKJ8, when u faced a 3bet from a tighter reg in pos, I think it's ok to make a fold in such situations especially if your kings were weaker against his stack size. QQJ3 single suited, multiway preflop decision, I prefer to fold in such spots pre especially if u r heavily multitabling as if u wanna make long term profit there u will have to make moves with that hand in certain spots & it's way harder to do them in deep ante games (I am considering folding super weak king pre as well in those spot, which play only for set mine and the opponents are decent regs). The plan with A2KK is ok when the stack sizes are more in your favor as u might just get a hero call too often when your bet is so small on the river. Very nice play with quads. Finally, in case u wanna fight back against btn opens from blinds by defending u should develope leading & c/cl leading ranges, which i am working on right now. Best of luck in the future and see ya at the tables :)

April 26, 2013 | 9:04 p.m.

I see, I had an opinion (without checking it out mathematically) that its an ok hand to have in my check/raise/calling range against such stack size & such opponent in a long run. Will try to participate more often in the future & post more hands hopefully we will get more discussions going on here at high stake games.

April 26, 2013 | 6:48 p.m.

Thanks a lot for a reply :) I am still not used to work with propokertools. Building check/calling range in 3bet pots is something i have to work on for sure & will try to get it done in the nearest future. Once again thanks a lot.

April 26, 2013 | 2:44 p.m.

Hello guys, decided to share another hand I played recently, hopefully gonna receive quite a few strong opinions. The hand was played on Pacific network, me and few other regs decided to get games going and see if we gonna attract more players to the tables, we are 3tabling, 25/50 for quite some time. "gotdemSEVENS" is pretty much one of the toughest regs on the network, playing on a way looser side (especially in short handed game), "englis" is a regular quite opposite to "gotdemSEVENS". Another important thing mention "gotdemSEVENS" loves to chalange me, as i remember he told me that we played some live cash games and I managed to win some from him & from his playing style versus me looks like he tries push me around a bit.

***** Cassava Hand History for Game 234567146 *****
$25/$50 Blinds Pot Limit Omaha - *** 22 04 2013 23:16:59
Table Orlando (Real Money)
Seat 7 is the button
Total number of players : 3
Seat 2: engils ( $21,665.20 )
Seat 4: Domcee ( $12,335.24 )
Seat 7: gotdemSEVENS ( $6,792.50 )
engils posts small blind [$25]
Domcee posts big blind [$50]
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to Domcee [ 9h, 7c, Th, 8c ]
gotdemSEVENS raises [$175]
engils calls [$150]
Domcee raises [$650]
gotdemSEVENS calls [$525]
engils folds
** Dealing flop ** [ 4s, 8h, 5d ]
Domcee checks
gotdemSEVENS bets [$650]
Domcee raises [$1,650]
gotdemSEVENS raises [$5,442.50]

I think 3bet pre is more than standard in this situation, especially knowing that btn will be calling pretty wide, the flop comes pretty dry, I am quite sure the opponent will be flatting pretty wide on this flop and quite often he will do the same on the most of turns as well, so I opted to check raise this flop small (I would be doing that way wider on this flop), after some time he decided to ship. I found a call in this situation, as i think with most of made straights he is rather calling my raise than shipping, versus any 2 pairs my hand is doing fine, he will be shipping blockers more often than just calling, because of stack sizes in my opinion, he will be shipping sets, however even against sets I have some equity, versus moves he would make my hand is doing great . Any opinions/suggestion about the line I've taken are welcome.

April 23, 2013 | 10:42 a.m.

I think check/deciding (depends a lot on history & game flow of course) is the most proper decision in vacuum, many of such opponents will just pot into you with their nuts trying to "protect" their hand & then we get quite an easy decision to fold, if it's such typo player. You might even get a check back from 86xx. Also his timing after you check is really relevant in this type of spot as they tend to make fast moves with the nuts.

March 22, 2013 | 10:44 p.m.

Hey Leo :) greets from Domce :) your old donating buddy :D really appreaciate your work on Runitonce. I did watch most of your content and did enjoy the best your 9tabling deep sessions. I think that people who decide to pay 100$/month for a membership are more advanced players they are ready for more complicated material that you did there, of course I might be wrong :). Didn't comment on previous videos, however will try to do that more often as I guess you guys looking for some feedback : I would like to speak about J75hh flop, on which you opted to c/r w A966hh & got 4bet & decided to call. First small issue i see there that you count 3 as a good card to lead as from the oppenent perspective it is more of a blank as there are not many 46 combos in your hands as they are usually not part of your wrap. They basically go mostly only with your Ahigh suits & if u have u have it, it's more of a cooler for him. Furthermore thinking more about the diamond river (I know it's hard to go that way when u play many tables, same is with me), it is very likely that he has diamonds in his hand as he decided to flat the "blankish" turn I talked about with 2 flush draws on the board instead of shipping there, which is most likely what he would be doing with naked set I think, so I am leaning towards c/folding diamond river. I did like that you bluffed QQxxx board with an explanation for it. It's nice to see how you moving forward yourself, keep it up and good luck.

March 14, 2013 | 6:32 p.m.

Thanks for your reply I like your line, however got a question regarding one part don't you think that c/r on non wrap completing spades with our actual hand doesn't work that well as I noticed in recent tendencies people tend to call off raises way more often as they started to think I've to call vs his range as he might have A blocker. With actual flush it's a decent move of course.

March 12, 2013 | 10:49 a.m.

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