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Looking for one or few people to discuss strategy at mentioned stakes (PLO Hi 6max) maybe PLO mtts as well.
Potentially recording\sweating session, working with pokerjuice, etc.
DM if have serious interest.


April 21, 2020 | 7:21 p.m.

I'd say sqz is borderline, solver might do that frequently - but he is going to face many folds from RFI, we on the other hand - unlikely (I assuming people in 10c\20c don't like to fold pre much), in addition to that you have decent chance to get cc from players left to act.

OOP I'd never squeeze that unless one of villains is shallow and can reopen the action.
Postflop, given spr it's easy pot-call, imo. We should have enough FE+EQ here

Think about how many better flop you gonna get with this hand (I'd say 6JKr is top25% at least),
if you hesitate to gii here with spr ~2, dwhat makes you think squeeze is +EV?

April 21, 2020 | 7:08 p.m.

Post | JimmyGlass posted in Chatter: Issue w\ PPT

recently got odds oracle pro version.
wanted to run couple of simulations for 5card PLO High
after creating a macro for a range I had in mind I try to run simulations, but this error keeps showing up.
their support didn't respond yet, so maybe someone here has an idea of how to fix it?

it was the same when I did put some long (maybe too tangled) ranges in to player1 box.


Nov. 28, 2018 | 12:26 p.m.

Comment | JimmyGlass commented on basic Math question

if I got you right, its pot is 10$, villains bets 10$ and is AI. for a breakeven call here we would need 33%, anything above this number would make money in a long run. (mind rake)

$1200 in the pot, V bets $800. 0,8\2,8 = 0.285, so 28,5% EQ vs his range is what you need to breakeven.

vs pot-size bet you need 33% EQ,
vs 1\2 bet you need 25%. you can use this two numbers to approximately estimate what equity do you need to continue.

Nov. 6, 2018 | 9:03 a.m.

Given the SPR,
I would say pot-call is +EV (you can make a sim for Shove vs SOR to check it)
benefit of this line - vs reg we make some better hands (QQ,bad KK, maybe some Tx) to fold, as well as some hands w\decent EQ (6xxx, naked Gutter, even though it's hard to have for him gutshot w\ no pair; some T:RR). also, given T-blocker we're unlikely to be in too bad of a shape when have to call off his shove
x\Call is also the line I would examine for sure. Esp. w\bdfd (it add run-outs coverage, visability). I'd say x\call is bit more preferable w\ higher spr.
if you have 1\2 sizing on this board, I'd rather not include this hand into this sub-range

Aug. 27, 2018 | 9:45 a.m.

so, it's anonymous games?

June 1, 2018 | 6:41 a.m.

Post | JimmyGlass posted in Chatter: Nevada, Online PLO opportunities

can anyone give me general idea on the current state of online poker (PLO cash in partucular) in NV?
I might be moving in, so would like to know how many tables @.50\1 - 3\6 PL there is.
due to being located outside of states can't dowload Ingnition or other sites that avaliable there and see it myself
also what is quality of game (comparing to ACR or Stars)?
a screenshot would highly appreciated

thanks in avdvance,

May 31, 2018 | 1:18 p.m.

you can use PJ's 3way tool to calculate it.
PM me a pre-converted hand (in text) I'll show you how it could be done

April 2, 2018 | 3:18 p.m.

very reasonable shove imo, we might make him fold better hands (QQ\KK), and hands w\ EQ (Tx), 56-combos are rare in MP range, but we still have to make sure we dont give this type of hands free cards.
I dont know if xback could be higher EV.
maybe it makes sense to xback this holding to have some dd otr with b\x\ line, vs unknown I wouldn't bother about it too much.

April 2, 2018 | 3:13 p.m.

x\call is alright due to the reasons you mentioned, but depending on villain's tendencies - could go for a value bet (vs worse Ax). Also would go bigger otf, not a big deal I guess

Dec. 24, 2017 | 9:15 a.m.

idk what is right for pre. I won't call SB here unless there is bad player in pot already.

otf, lets see positives about x\r:
1)we make him fold\make marginal call w\ pair+wrap\comboDraws that we dominate,
2) we make it easier for us to play by x\r, as we create lower SPR and thus taking away positional advantage for btn.

1) we likely to isolate ourselves vs bigger hand, I don't think 'passive reg' would b\gii here pretty much anything that we're now ahead of.
2) don't let him bluff on future streets when we hit our outs (lets significant here probably)

too many possible texture shifts at future streets, I guess I like x\r. not entirely sure it's best option

Nov. 8, 2017 | 4:43 p.m.

Liked the video.
in case you're looking for PJ videos ideas, then something like this might be interesting, imho:
'fighting back at certain bords in 3b pot as caller'. (when hero is CO\BTN and faces 3bo6\8 and what types of bord-structures we can\should attack OTF)

any range v range stuff would be good I guess.

July 24, 2017 | 1:08 p.m.

idk if it's reasonable b\call range OTT, but there it is:

then OTR we need 44%+ of FE

could it be the case here at all that 1\2 of his folding range is actually behind our hand?
anyway, it looks like breakeven shove here (again, don't think one can put 'perfect' range for turn b/c)

so, all in all x/r here should HEAVILY rely on FE, as OTR if it bricks (guess Q\J\2\4 what else?) - we have around breakeven shove, while @dd\T\5\6\A - I guess we have to give up. and there are lots of rivers where it will be hard to figure out what play is better.

July 13, 2017 | 10:06 p.m.

it feels like 10-12% (even though its rather wide for MP-CO 3b) shouldn't connect with this turn runout much. and if you read on player pool going with delayed Cbet is right - then I can't see your play being too bad\spewy. That's all I can say for now,

isn't it a bit too loose to b\call 53+ in his shoes OTT? it's not like he should have many of this combos anyway, but 53\56\36 with no additional equity are rather xback or b\f?. I'd expect his b\call range here consist mostly of OP+FD\gutshot, TP+:gutter!RR or such.
would you mind sharing PJ file?

July 12, 2017 | 10:10 a.m.

Against CO and BN I'm ahead so I didn't include them.

well, thats right, you're ahead of their total ranges, but likely doing poor vs there GII ranges in this spot. the range that BTN sticks it in here when he has already seen shove-reshove infront of him is rather tight, right? ;)

July 10, 2017 | 8:33 p.m.

Preflop is opponent dependent and up to you
flop bet is rather standard. not the hand I'd put in x\call range (don't even think we need to have x/calling range when we got a big range advantage on this bord.

OTT, I don't get the idea of betting small. maybe check-decide is an option (doesn't sound all that attractive),by default I'd bet between 2\3-3\4 to vbet naked A\ protect vs dd.

River, trying to get value is too thin, bluffing unreasonable, so x\decide only option I guess.

July 7, 2017 | 10:09 a.m.

good content, hope you are planning to do more of PJ stuff (or some hand review work that include ranges analysis). imo, its much more preferable than live\recorded sessions.

congrats on solid debut

June 27, 2017 | 9:57 p.m.

Comment | JimmyGlass commented on big wrap vs bot

imo, it comes down a lot to how likely it is that he would x/r here, if its rather hight possibility (12-20% freq.) then intuitively xback is better than b\gii

I've used 100bb stacks for simplicity.

SO equity required is 44.5%
EV of bet when he x\fold give us 22.5$*46%(his fold freq.) = +10.35$
our EV when we getting x\raised (I assume we b\call off here, as after 2\3PSB we would need ~38% of equity and against reasonale range we should have it).
in fact I gave BB
we have 41% vs it and b\gii OTF = - 7$

so, its not like we're afraid if getting x\raised too much (right?) as we have okay EQ vs x/r range, but checking back might be much higher +EV than bet, though calculating this would be quite a task (and very subjective). if he x/calls, overall I think we have decent situation on many turns (can barrel spade, shove some bricks w\ EQ+FE).

June 12, 2017 | 3:23 p.m.

might be a bit too late, but would like to put in my few cents.
the 9865 (3b BNT-UTG) ~21min seem like counter intuitive fold OTT for me, so I checked it thru PJ. seems like you were right.

we need to have 34% to breakeven shove here (or around this), but only having 28% (hopefully the x/r range OTT I set is not too bad)

thanks for your videos.
probably the best PLO essential content

May 29, 2017 | 6:06 p.m.

86hh, 86:K,86JT. I don't think we are so unbalanced here and cannot have this combo as x\call

May 29, 2017 | 4:32 p.m.

vs that aggro opponent, probably would choose to flat preflop.
with this oppont we what to 3b hands that push some equity vs his range, (I mean in this circumstances 3b AKK4ss like better 3b)but I don't mind 3b generally, we'll flop good often enough and we isolate weak player

on the other hand, we have only Qhigh?

you might have missed something, we have TP+Gutter ;)

I'd xback probably, not the holding I want to b\f, b\gii can't be good I think.

May 27, 2017 | 10:34 a.m.

I'm not very confident if it's 3b (I'd rather flat) but might bet okay both ways.

otf, I agree that he should have more pair+draw, maked wrap etc here, but not made hands, w\ spr 2 seems like a spot for r\gii

if PPT range for infinity is: 15%!(AA,96,94):(6:57):(9:(78,57,T7,8T)),578,78T (don't know if I'm putting it right into odds oracle here)

then we have 38% OTF

May 20, 2017 | 10:51 a.m.

Blinds: $0.25/$0.50 (6 Players) BN: $61.37
SB: $50.00
BB: $56.30 (Hero)
UTG: $187.76
MP: $104.72
CO: $31.50
Preflop ($0.75) Hero is BB with 8 7 Q J
2 folds, CO raises to $1.75, 2 folds, Hero calls $1.25
CO 42\20 over 50hands
cbet OTF 5\6
cbet OTT 0\2

cant say yet how aggro he is.
Flop ($3.75) 5 Q 4
Hero checks, CO checks
Turn ($3.75) 5 Q 4 K
Hero checks, CO bets $3.56, Hero calls $3.56
River ($10.87) 5 Q 4 K 7
Hero checks, CO bets $6.50, Hero raises to $29.25
we're putting him AI

May 19, 2017 | 5:54 p.m.

pre raise first is probably always good here, BTN should have crazy skill advantage over us to do here anything but raise here (if he's that good, then might be situation to leave the table ;)

otf for reasons reStacks mentioned we should bet I believe. our hand need protection, it's very likely (~40%, might be wrong) that one of them has FD + some chance for additional equity with gutters. so main reason for betting is protection. also we getting value from weaker Ax hands. with worse Ace (say A987) I'd consier checking back.

and basically for same reasons even easier bet OTT, imo

May 19, 2017 | 5:25 p.m.

thanks for comment Andrew, yeah it's utg, but the one who opens 60%+

May 8, 2017 | 6:59 p.m.

as for a live session video - it is the best format I've seen so far.

May 8, 2017 | 11:36 a.m.

not good myself at putting PJ ranges, but I like Xback range that you gave to villain, seems reasonable (some probably would bet most of Ass, with stats you provided your opponent likely to check some, so I don't mind part of NFD+pair\gutter\weak wrap being in checkback range)
also, OTT he might not call with all of 78+, maybe 78+!RR or 78+:(ss,9Q+, [K,J])
but probably small consideration.
7:AT type of hands as call vs your turn lead - not sure if he's always calling than wide.
again, rather insignificant I believe.

can we bluffcatch the river here with our exact hand?

I only can leave some trivial comment like: we don't block missed draws, we block some of valuebetting combos (slowplayed T9) and he reps rather thin range OTR. so, all in all I don't mind calling, probably comes down to who opponent is.

It could be a 3bet pre, looking at it now, it definetely should be a
3bet pushing some equity preflop.

AhJh7cTd 51,8665%
50% 48,1335%

not so sure about the last part ;)
but I don't mind calling, A-blocker and good playability, certainly hand for a 3b I'd say.

Good post, keep em coming.

May 8, 2017 | 9:23 a.m.

Blinds: $0.25/$0.50 (6 Players) MP: $50.00
CO: $71.21
BN: $100.67
SB: $17.00
BB: $91.91 (Hero)
UTG: $52.17
BN: 46 hands
open from BN 60%
passive so far
Preflop ($0.75) Hero is BB with A 4 K J
3 folds, BN raises to $1.50, SB folds, Hero calls $1.00
Flop ($3.25) 8 9 T
Hero bets $1.89, BN calls $1.89
Turn ($7.03) 8 9 T A
Hero bets $4.89, BN

May 7, 2017 | 10:31 a.m.

Hand History | JimmyGlass posted in PLO: HU, 3b IP, SPR of 2 OTT
Blinds: $0.25/$0.50 (5 Players) CO: $68.14 (Hero)
BN: $48.84
SB: $50.19
BB: $45.06
UTG: $82.18
UTG regular
open 16%, fold to 3b 34%,
fold vs cbet (3bpot): OTF 35%, OTT 67%(3)
wtsd 27
Preflop ($0.75) Hero is CO with 4 A 9 A
UTG raises to $1.75, Hero raises to $5.70, 3 folds, UTG calls $3.95
Flop ($12.15) 4 5 J
UTG checks, Hero bets $7.75, UTG calls $7.75
Turn ($27.65) 4 5 J 9
UTG checks, Hero bets $19.50, UTG folds
Final Pot CO wins $26.27
Rake is $1.38

May 6, 2017 | 10:18 a.m.

Blinds: $0.25/$0.50 (5 Players) UTG: $140.57
CO: $111.81
BN: $104.82 (Hero)
SB: $215.94
BB: $61.16
UTG 67\39 (702h) open from early\mp - 60%+
fold to 3b = 5%
fold vs cbet in 3b pot = 27% (37)
wtsd 29, bet vs missed OOP 51%
rather aggressive overall, but don't x/r wide in 3b pot (17% so far)

CO 59\23, give up postflop a lot. wtsd 21%

Blinds are tight regulars
Preflop ($0.75) Hero is BN with A T K 7
UTG raises to $1.75, CO calls $1.75, Hero raises to $7.75, 2 folds, UTG calls $6.00, CO calls $6.00
Flop ($24.00) T J 7
UTG checks, CO checks, Hero checks
Turn ($24.00) T J 7 8
UTG bets $16.00, CO folds, Hero folds
Final Pot UTG wins $22.80
Rake is $1.20

May 5, 2017 | 11:06 a.m.

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