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Dec. 14, 2019 | 5:37 p.m.

Thank you all for this discussion. I'm actually glad my initial post triggered it, despite the arguments. I've learned some new stuff because of that, which I'm thankful for :)

Dec. 12, 2019 | 12:48 p.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Weak Set vs aggro reg

Villain is a regular.
He is on the aggressive side once you show weakness or take a passive line.
He usually bets a lot against missed c-bets both in and out of position.
As a preflop raiser he is capable of C-betting turns and rivers if not shown any resistance, as in this case.
I block the 7 and most likely he doesn't have a straight here.
However, it's possible that he barrels sets that beat me, especially if he blocks the straight as well.

Nov. 19, 2019 | 8:54 a.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Top Set in squeezed 4-way

All villains are fish and we are quite deep.
Is there a reason to check back here since many turns are bad for us?
My main argument would be that even if we pot flop we won't be able to shove turn, although I'm not sure if that should bother me.

Nov. 19, 2019 | 8:38 a.m.

Comment | PacnyTuH0 commented on Top 2P+NFD vs fish

What would be the reason for raising flop? Isn't he folding all weak hands? And if I know he is bluff happy, I should let him bet the turn as well. I could be wrong of course but that's my thought process.

Nov. 10, 2019 | 9:59 a.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Top 2P+NFD vs fish

Villain is a fish, more on the aggressive side but not out of line.
There is a chance he was also tilting at that time since he lost some big hands.
Since he may be bluffing, is there a reason to check behind here in order for him to bluff river?
If I bet he will fold all his air.
I assume he doesn't have much of a hand since he would be betting anything strong.
We are also very deep and I could definitely miss some value if I check behind.

Nov. 9, 2019 | 10:51 a.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Weak TP+FD in 3-bet pot

Villain is a reg fish and is somewhat loose.
He is also capable of bluffing.
I decided to check flop since my hand cannot stand heat but is fine check/call.
Turn, I'm still not sure whether my hand is good enough to bet.
I can call a raise but I won't be very happy about it.
What would be optimal here - bet or check/call?

Nov. 6, 2019 | 8:19 a.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Trips in 3-bet pot

Both villains are fish.
I decided to min 3-bet in order for the short stack to shove so I can 5-bet.
As played, what bet sizings shall I use, especially on the turn?
Do I continue betting small in order get more calls?

Nov. 6, 2019 | 8:13 a.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Top set + FD in multiway

Villain seems like a passive fish so far.
Haven't seen him betting or raising much.
Villain's range should be at least nut-flush draw here, according to my read on him.
Is there are reason to slow play here in order to get the more people into the pot?
Also, someone might raise after I call.
If I raise I may win the hand now which is not the best case I guess, even though calling is risky.

Oct. 22, 2019 | 1:43 p.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: OP+TP in 3-bet pot

Villain is fishy but haven't seen go go out of line.
I guess the standard line is to bet but I don't wanna get check-raised.
Also, should I bet 1/2 or full pot?
If I get raised, should I fold, since he is rarely pushing worse and at best I am against a flush draw, even though I block the Queen

Oct. 16, 2019 | 10:47 a.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Wrap in 3-bet pot OOP

Villain is a fishy unknown but don't know much about him.
I decided to check/call the flop since I want to see a cheap turn.
I suppose I should be betting flop some of the time as well.
On the turn, I'm not sure what is best after I check flop.
Do I bet? I still don't wanna get raised.
Do I check/call against any sizing?

Oct. 14, 2019 | 1:01 p.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: TP+backdoors in 3-bet pot

Villain is a fish although I don't know much about his tendencies, especially in 3-bet pots.
Is there a reason to check back here, given I have good backdoor draws and I don't wanna get raised?
Also, villain will be folding too often on this flop.
Is this a reason I should slowplay/pot control?

Oct. 11, 2019 | 8:36 a.m.

Villain is a fish, although I'm not sure how light he is stacking off.
I think that betting flop should be standard but at the time I decided to check back to pot control.
On the turn, once he checks twice, should I be betting, given that I don't want to be raised and have some SDV?

Oct. 7, 2019 | 11:24 a.m.

Villain is a reg and usually plays pretty standard.
What are the reasons for calling or raising here?
Should I be considering both lines?

Oct. 6, 2019 | 4:04 p.m.

The opponent is a fish.
Is there ever a reason to check here, given that I block his continuing range?
I am never happy if he raises me, but I miss a lot of value if I check.
Also, what can I expect him to call me with when I block so much of the board?

Oct. 5, 2019 | 12:02 p.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Top two in 3-bet pot deep

Villain is a fish but I have very little info on him.
I decide to bet flop in order to take the initiative.
Shall I continue barreling on the turn, given that we are deep and it's a disaster if I get raised?

Oct. 4, 2019 | 9:09 a.m.

Post | PacnyTuH0 posted in PLO: Rundown in 3-bet pot (deep)

Villain is yet unknown but somewhat loose.
Being this deep, I don't think I should be raising flop, although I could be wrong.
Is check-calling turn here standard? If I hit river, do I lead, assuming it could be obvious what I have?

Oct. 3, 2019 | 11:31 a.m.

Villain is a reg who is capable of 3-barrel bluffs.
I'm not sure why he's betting so small on the turn.
I think he does that only with AA with spades or a boat.
He may also be setting up a river shove as a bluff.

If he has AA with the Ace of spades he has SDV and has no reason to bluff river once I check to him.
Can I ever fold my hand here, given I'm probably bluff-catching?

Oct. 2, 2019 | 8 a.m.

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