Currently I am in the PLO from the ground up course. I am hoping to be able to make the jump from being a regular at PLO 10 to being a regular at PLO 50 or PLO 100 by the end of the year.
So far I am using the theory taught in the course and also some theory taught in Jeff Hwangs book The Big Play Strategy. I feel this book is a must read for anyone playing low stakes PLO. I always felt I was playing wrong when I would limp or not make the GTO play. GTO is good, but it does not work against never folders. Emty does an excellent job describing this in his course.
Week 1 Results
I Deposit 50 dollars to start. I have played approximately 10-16 hours two tabling and currently have $66.19. Net = 161BB
I definitely hit some bad beats along the way, played some hands poorly, but overall I feel I have gotten my money in good more often than not and am happy with the results.
Jan. 7, 2021 | 5:58 p.m.
Hey Emty.. I want to compliment you on the course. I don’t know how many forums I have read about Microstakes PLO and keep hearing the correct play according to Monker is. But not once did I see anyone mention how often the opponent folded to C bets, went to showdown, etc.
GTO is definitely a must to know, but there is more that needs to be taken into account. I feel your course does an excellent job of explaining what the GTO play is and when and why you should deviate from that play.
Anyways, thanks for the course! There is a lot of content and I am sure my game will improve because of it.. Hopefully in a few months I can post my results and they are good.
Dec. 27, 2020 | 4:33 a.m.
If you are sure he has AA I would probably fold. He could have suited AA to your outs. Only thing you can count on is a straight or low straight draw.
Best case scenario is 60/40. If he has a K or any blockers you are looking at 65-70/30ish. I played around with and odds calculator. https://www.cardplayer.com/poker-tools/odds-calculator/omaha
Nov. 25, 2020 | 2:41 a.m.
It seems unreal to me that at PLO 10 at Global have players multi tabling that are up at every table, for everyday, for over a month straight.
PLO is a High variance game And even Phil Galfond would lose at a table once in a while. Global just seems shady!