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Comment | Haecceity commented on Tight fold at PLO50

Thanks for your response. I now tend to agree with you.

Sept. 23, 2020 | 6:13 p.m.

Hand History | Haecceity posted in PLO: Tight fold at PLO50
Blinds: $0.25/$0.50 (6 Players) BB: $60.90 (Hero)
UTG: $59.54
MP: $61.42
CO: $50.44
BN: $44.07
SB: $108.24
Preflop ($0.75) Hero is BB with J K T 8
3 folds, BN raises to $1.50, SB folds, Hero calls $1.00
Flop ($3.25) 9 T 7
Hero bets $1.55, BN raises to $4.50, Hero calls $2.95
Turn ($12.25) 9 T 7 7
Hero checks, BN bets $10.00, Hero folds
Final Pot BN wins $11.64
Rake is $0.61

Sept. 5, 2020 | 8:13 p.m.

This is not really apropos anything in the video, but could you say just a word about when it is correct to play trips and (if ever) quads?

Thank you.

April 19, 2020 | midnight

Hi Peter. Thanks for another great video!

One minor question about the 9dTs hand that rivers a straight (around 4 minutes in).

The main issue on the river is, of course, the raise size. I thought that I might have detected an equivocal message on this street. On the one hand, you allow that Hero's larger raise size will likely be called by the lower straight and by sets. On the other hand, you correctly observe that Villain's leading sizes on the turn and the river seem to be inconsistent with such strong holdings.

My question is just whether, if we are still giving Villain the possible straight and sets on the river, a shove is not better than the larger sizing Hero employs. I could be wrong but I seriously doubt Villain is folding the lower straight, and I question also whether he is folding a set to a shove.

So basically, if we discount the strong hands we might wish to criticize the large raise sizing; but if we don't, then is not a shove better EV-wise?

Thanks a lot!

Dec. 16, 2019 | 6:33 a.m.

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