Thank you for your lucid instruction. Yeah, you are definitely right. I kind of knew that and now I'm sure.
So, how do I study multiple bet sizing? I think there is no single approximate strategy especially on SRP. At least 3 or 4 strategies are required, so post-turn aggregation report does not work well.
We have to study SRP post-turn GTO tendency with other way? Any idea?
July 13, 2019 | 2:49 p.m.
I'm sorry that my English isn't very good. Let me explain that more carefully.
For example, I run a script with 487subset. This is SB vs BTN 3bet-pot situation. Then, I get the aggregation report and make it understandable by statistical processing . So I finally know that SB should bet with high frequencies on pair boards and bet sizing is relatively big, but on the other hand, SB should check with high frequencies on 8 high boards and bet sizing is very small.
But this is just a flop GTO tendency. So I have to know that on turn or river to use it on real game. I start to do the turn stuff in the same way, but I think I can't because the flop strategy uses multiple bet sizing.
When I try to get aggregation reports on turn, I click one specific node on Pio(eg. OOP x, IP 30%pot bet, IP call, turn card). So with this configuration, turn aggregation report shows me only "OOPx, IP 30%pot bet, IP call" node over every flop subset. I think this is a problem. Because some of flops never use such line or bet sizing. So the turn report becomes meaningless.
Maybe am I wrong? I have lost my confidence in myself...
July 13, 2019 | 10:18 a.m.
It is generally known that GTO strategy has a larger EV over the range with multiple bet sizing. Aggregation report allows us to determine which board is appropriate for each size. For example, LJ vs BB SRP: LJ can make a small size bet with whole range on K high boards, while LJ can make a bigger size bet or check on low pair boards. It's fine, imo.
So my question is, how do I get some aggregation reports of the post-turn strategy when using multiple bet-sizing on flop?
Aggregation reports of turn require specific one specific node of flop. For example, OOP checks, IP 30% pot size bets, OOP calls and then we see a turn card. But when we use multi-bet sizing on the flop, the nodes we select on the flop are different for each board. So we can not create the turn report properly over multiple boards which we use on the flop.
I was exhausted by looking into this issue, so I simplified my strategy in 3betPot flop by using one bet size. However, in the case of SRP, the EV loss is quite large when using one betsizing with whole range.
What do you guys think about this issue? I need some advice on this.