The playerpool I play does really poorly against smallbets, so I play smallbets only on flop with a high frequency and go from there.
Not sure if I got it right, but solver always plays perfectly against any size, so it seems logical to me, that you can't gain a lot of EV against solver..
But if you start nodelocking ev changes a lot.. for example the equilibrium defend against an 2X overbet is much easier compaired to an halfpotbet..
Not sure if it's the best way to work with solver, maybe you have better idears for me...
Feb. 17, 2020 | 1:30 a.m.
Thx for response. Yes, should add that i looked at SRP 10,5bb..
Sorry for stupid question, but 1% of total EV or what?
Feb. 11, 2020 | 10:43 a.m.
I am studying my game with simplepoker and want to create an exploitiv gameplan.
Lets say I want to compaire 3 different strategies on the turn:
Obviously the first 2 strategies are much easier to play than a mixedstrategy. In most cases a mixedstrategy has the highest Ev. At which point should we start mixing it up? Is a difference of 4-5bb/100hands significant enough or could we just ignore them for simplification?
I personaly took 5bb/100 as significant, but its more or less guessing..
Feb. 11, 2020 | 9:56 a.m.
min 21 A6: I play NL100 and my default plan against playerpool is to bet range 1/4, couse i never ever expect an x/r and keep all options for later streets. Also Villains Range is pretty faceup and i dont expect Villain to have an correct response to an 1/4 bet. Ofcourse this is no Solverstyle, but i think max EV against weeker playerpol tendencies. What do u think?
Jan. 15, 2020 | 3:27 a.m.
Hi Tylor! Thannks for your video.
You say that you wanna jam all qq+,Aks+ and call everything between 38-50% Equity. These are all hands with at least 38% equity against an optimal bluff freq.:JJ-22, AQs-A5s, KJs+, KhTh, KsTs, KcTc, Ah4h, As4s, Ac4c, Ah3h, As3s, Ac3c, Ah2h, As2s, Ac2c, ATo+, KsQd, KsQh, KsQc, KcQd, KcQh Dont you think we will get exploited with this range if Villain simply chooses a 2 street gameplan postflop?
June 7, 2016 | 3:28 a.m.
Min. 10 AJ:
Dont realy like your turn check/raise for several reasons.
Not sure how wide you are calling your bb, but i guess your equity distribution on the turn is around 50/50 especiay if villain uses a high cbet strategy.
1) However I guess most Villains splitt their ranges on the turn and put some of their hands in a checkingrange. So the 2. barrel becomes stronger and more polarized(or do you think he 2barrels 2.pair and such stuff?).
2) Further you get a realy good prize to call and realize your equity and could still decide to lead, check/fold, check/shove or what ever on the river. (Guess you have around 30% Euity + implieds and you need around 25%)
3) Your Spr isn´t great to play x/r and decide on the river...
Exploitively I would like a check/shove on the turn if he 2. barrels super merged..
What do you think of my thoughts?
Thanks for your video ;)