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Right, no that's good advice, I always do the double probe as a bluff, I like the advice, thanks!

April 7, 2024 | 8:37 p.m.

Hi Steve, can you give me a basic approach vs. a rec who limps in position and we check the BB with our garbage/non raisable hands? Are you checking your range to the IP limper, or are you leading certain portions of your range out of the BB? i've been given advice to just lead anything with equity (including middle/bottom pairs). I made a sim with gto+ and indeed on a KQ6tt board we as the bb are basically checking range. Others have told me it doesn't make sense to play a gto strategy vs. a limping rec, what do you think? Thanks.

April 7, 2024 | 10:35 a.m.

Hey Pete, good video, thx.
I have a few simple questions.

  1. Early in the video you sized up QTs or QJs when you had 3 recs behind you. Do you split your range by sizing up the stronger hands and going smaller with the weaker ones, or do you open bigger with your entire opening range with a rec lineup behind u?

  2. You mentioned a concept of visibility a few times, what do you mean by that?

  3. This hand towards the end you said was criminally under bluffed...You c-bet flop, turn went ck/ck, and you were going to fold if villain bet river. Are you saying that because they condensed on the flop, and it's underbluffed in general, or maybe it was just the texture ? Also any difference if villain was rec or reg?

Thanks in advance.

July 15, 2022 | 6:10 a.m.

Thanks for the responses Shaun.

Feb. 8, 2022 | 3:38 p.m.

Hi Shaun, thanks for another video, I have some questions.

-do we always probe bluff the river once we probe bluff the turn or should we be more selective since villain has condensed for one street? Same thing Multi-Way? How about probing when an A or K hit the turn?

-are you only using pre-flop mixes for your opening strategy when you are likely to get called too often in position?

-When you say tighten up your 3-bet defense, what about suited connector/gapper, small/medium pocket pair, Axs(Even the crap ones, A9s-A6s) vs. weaker players that are really tight(e.g. live)? Don't our implieds go up even in a 3-bet pot? Or will we have too hard a time realizing our equity vs. a very strong range?

-on 3 connected boards checking back 50% of the time, as mentioned in the flop video, are you referring to higher ones too, KQJ, AKQ, etc?

-sb weaker player limps, we check bb, sb checks to us, auto profit with any bluff?

-When we 3-bet linear, would you still go decently wide vs. a very tight opening range since we don't fear a 4-bet and we are still very early in the game tree? For instance vs. someone opening literally QQ+, AK, or perhaps, 99+, AJs+? I literally encounter players like this every session I play live...or do you just 3-bet AA/KK and cold call alll your Axs, pp, sc/1 gapper and suited broadway vs. these people?

Thank you, 'preciate the feedback.

Feb. 8, 2022 | 2:36 p.m.

Comment | PutMyRobeOnRITE commented on MULTIWAY POTS

Yessssssss......mw live....hand examples = goodie :-)

Dec. 3, 2021 | 1:06 a.m.

Comment | PutMyRobeOnRITE commented on MULTIWAY POTS

What is multi-way pot week? Is that like shark week? Where can I access multi-way pot week? Lol.

Nov. 30, 2021 | 7:47 p.m.

Comment | PutMyRobeOnRITE commented on MULTIWAY POTS

Yeah, no comments on this one, thanks for the video Shaun.

Nov. 30, 2021 | 6:38 a.m.

Comment | PutMyRobeOnRITE commented on MULTIWAY POTS

Holy Shit! It's an early Christmas! Multi-Way pots! I'll get back to you after I watch the video!

Nov. 28, 2021 | 10:25 p.m.

Thanks for taking all the time for the thorough answers. Yes I'll do cold calling live, and even online if I've gotten confirmation this is a less squeezy weaker player games where implied odds are good.

and vs. larger opens, I'll tighten up my 3-bet only ranges a bit.

Thanks a bunch.

Nov. 9, 2021 | 7:57 p.m.

Hi Shaun, great video, loved the simplification tips/strategies.
Couple of questions.
1. Would you simplify to 100% check in a limped multi-way pot when we are in BB, or completed SB?
2. When we use a 3-bet or fold range what is the theoretical adjustment to our 3-bet range vs. larger open sizes? vs. 3.5x, 4x, 5x, 7.5x. It's almost always some sort of weaker play doing this, what goes through your head when you see this?
3. You are playing 9 handed live, when would you implement a calling range outside of the bb?

Sorry for the hypotheticals, my poker universe is on WSOP Nevada with no HUD and live Vegas 1-2/1-3. Every 50nl hand and below, tournament, and live cash hand always has this bozo shit going on.

Nov. 8, 2021 | 10:41 p.m.

Hey Jalo, ye that's me.

Nov. 6, 2021 | 10:26 a.m.

Oh awesome a new Pete video, you're the best man, especially the theory concepts.

Nov. 1, 2021 | 6:32 p.m.

Thanks for the video Pete,
@minute 15:38 someone opened 3.5x in the Lo-Jack(EP) and you were on the button 6s4s. I experience this in my games all the time, and also much bigger than that live. Do you tighten up your 3-bet or fold range here assuming you play 3-bet or fold? What adjustment do you make to the larger opens? All I know for sure is in the BB we defend less of the weaker portions of our calling range.


Oct. 31, 2021 | 11 p.m.

Luke Johnson Thanks for the response, don't worry about the gto vs. exploitive thing I said.

Sept. 2, 2021 | 4:39 a.m.

Hi Luke, can you explain to me what you mean by a 3-5 buy in shot is?
Let's say I want to take a 5 buy in shot at 100nl and I have 55 buy ins for 50nl (2750). Is my 5 buy in shot stop loss $250 ?(5 bi @ 50nl or 2.5 bi @100nl).

Also, I don't understand how someone can play a pure exploitive style, isn't that impossible? Wouldn't it be play "GTO" and then if you have a pool and/or player exploit, then you would deviate from "GTO" and exploit?


Aug. 25, 2021 | 6 p.m.

Aug. 19, 2021 | 8:39 a.m.

For the AA hand, I think I would end up folding vs a jam. This is
purely because weaker and more passive players will never check shove
a draw or top pair in my experience and rather just call.

So since this guy was on the passive side, I think his jam will always
be 6x!

Your AK example is very similar; if it's a 3 bet pot then no chance
I'm folding but if it's a single raised pot against that same weak
passive player, I'd certainly fold AK as I think the jamming range is
exclusively 2p+

Thanks Tariq, I just want to clarify your answer so I don't get what your saying wrong.
I'm referring to a 3-bet pot like the situation in the video.

-You are folding the AA vs. the turn ck/r, even thought it's a 3-bet pot vs. this player because he's mostly 6x when he ck/jams
-You are calling off the AK in a 3-bet pot vs. a turn jam
-You are folding AA and AK in srp.

Did I get you right?

July 27, 2021 | 2:02 p.m.

Hi Tariq, on table 2 @ 23:04 you double barrel your AA in a 3-bet pot on the turn vs. the weaker player. You said if he check/jammed the turn you didn't think that weaker players would be raising Jx, that he might have a 6x, but you'd call it off anyway. What is the reason you'd call it off? If my math is right it looks like you'll need 36% equity. Are you calling because he might have some merge being a weaker player? Are you calling because your closing the action and you think you'll meet the required equity target? Are you calling just because the solver would and you don't know what he'd be check jamming on the turn?

Let's look at the exact same scenario vs. this player and the board is A725 rainbow you held AK/AKs, and he check jammed the turn, would your thoughts change on that board and would you call off needing between 25-35% equity? What would your thought process be there in a nutshell.


July 26, 2021 | 5:58 p.m.

Also that concept about checking again to weaker players/fish, (whatever you want to call )them after they cap their range on a previous street is awesome. That's worth the price right there.

July 25, 2021 | 12:52 p.m.

Great video.
I think you clicked your mouse at least 10,000 times :-)

July 25, 2021 | 7:14 a.m.

Thanks for the response, great videos btw.
So if I hear you right, you are leading with the strong hands, 2P+, and flushdraw+gutter+ etc....

Feb. 14, 2021 | 9:37 p.m.

Hi Tariq, @minute 10:18 you lead here out of the big blind vs. the limper. This happens to me tons in my games on 10 and 20nl on WSOP in Nevada. Do you have any general advice of what type of range we want to check or lead vs. pre flop limpers in these spots Heads up and Multiway? I get a little confused because the limper(s) range are generally weak and mostly capped, but so is ours.... I think even more so because we have all garbage - the good raising hands as well. It's also not a situation where we defend bb vs. an open and we are checking to the PFR almost always. Thanks.

Feb. 8, 2021 | 5:56 a.m.

I'm folding the river, but don't take what I'm saying as right, I'd like to hear better opinions. I'd fold for the same reason you stated, not a lot of value or bluffs on that runout. Good question on about turn. He's super polarized based on bet sizing so calling might be be better on the turn....

Jan. 6, 2021 | 3:24 p.m.

Thanks for checking it out, I'll be reviewing this.

Dec. 11, 2020 | 2:49 a.m.

Thanks Raoul

Dec. 10, 2020 | 8:23 a.m.

What do I call off against this? QQ+, AKs+ ? The guy didn't seem to be tilting. I have no idea what his range is here...No HUD, this WSOP.com

Dec. 10, 2020 | 4:28 a.m.

Yes, please make the clairvoyance video. Thanks.

April 8, 2019 | 7:11 p.m.

Maybe raise, it looks like he's taking a capped value line with that sizing.

March 30, 2019 | 1:59 a.m.

AQo off I 4-bet, AQs I call.

March 26, 2019 | 6:40 a.m.

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