UTG: $500.00 (Hero)
BB wins $584.70
Rake is $2.80
May 23, 2015 | 5:05 p.m.
Thank you for a long post! Q9 :) i realize people do underbluff here but when it comes to making a correct decision all i see is SET + 2 blockers and i press call. Thing is, it is hard to master this river spots since they occur quite rare and there is not enough practice.
May 7, 2015 | 8:55 p.m.
SB: $3140.00 (Hero)
May 5, 2015 | 5:01 p.m.
Hi everyone. As title says I'm looking to create a PLO theory group or join an existing one. Major requirements are:
2) Stakes 400+
3) PPT, Omaha ranger or poker juice proficiency.
4) Appropriate theory background or at least very strong motivation.
Please PM for further cooperation. I keep my fingers crossed.
Oct. 30, 2014 | 8:27 a.m.
Nut range as pairs+FD,straights. Depends on a villain, i would never x/back straights here against a straightforward opponent since betting will show maximum profit in vacuum. On the other hand we should try to avoid polar vs bluffcatcher situations since villain can play perfectly OTR and we are not able to raise his river lead if we never x/back OTT with some nut/nut potential hands.
Oct. 3, 2014 | 2:32 p.m.
I gave him a range of 35%-$4B7+((PR>, FD, GD+PR)-(SET, NFD, WR)) "Omaha Ranger Syntax".
6c is def. one of the better cards for his range. Now we need to analyze our 8% range, say 10% 3bet range, since it is better constructed in OR. Syntax: $3B10+(FD, OP, TP>, GD+PR)
Villain should have around 10% of straights OTT compared to our 4% so we are not in a huge disadvantage least to say.
I think we should balance our nut range(mostly pairs+FD>) with dryFD's and some gutshots. Check back dry 2pair combos/dry aces and mi it up with 5%-10% nut range for balance.
Oct. 1, 2014 | 6:51 a.m.
I would go for "low EV" line and fold preflop since "relatively unknown reg" and initial raiser won't give you enough fold equity ever. This hand has nothing but reversed implied odds playing deep.
July 19, 2014 | 6:07 p.m.
Hey there fellow RIO members.
I’ll try not to rumble too much and be straight to the
point. In recent 5 months I have been playing PLO 3/6 5/10 and it didn’t go as
well as I want it to be. Obviously lack of experience and a new game (switched from
NLH due to personal reasons) took its toll. So after 5 months of losing I don’t
really know what the main issue is. I TILT a lot due to making incorrect plays
and equities in PLO running so close and I am a strong believer that we tilt
only due to bad decisions and PLO is quite deceptive. I put a lot of time in
theory stuck (60% theory 40% grind) but seems like I’m. Okay, hope it was a
somewhat understandable summary of my situation.
1) How much time you put in volume/theory on daily basis?
2) How many spots (e.g. HH, range sims, board coverage) you
examine per day?
3) What do you think helped you most to become a better
4) What was the eye opening moment in your career? How has
it changed your perception of poker?
Would like to hear as many opinions as possible. Sorry for
my English and GL at the tables.
June 29, 2014 | 11:38 a.m.
Hi Phil!, It's probably to late for a reply, but how did u calculate the part with calling and playing it perfectly. Thank you.