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Comment | Rene commented on PIO simplification

in 3b pots oop on j lower pio prefers a bigger size , but it feels so weird having a 2 street game there betting 75% on flop and than overpot jamming the turn , thats why i prefer a 50% flop bet 3 street game strategy but not sure how to handle those spots correctly :O anyway thanks for ur answer, hope others can give there input aswell on this forum.

March 25, 2021 | 6:58 p.m.

Comment | Rene commented on PIO simplification

Thx for your answer so in 3 b pots i will choose 1 size on flop (turn 33,75,125) ,(river 33,75,125 ) and srp 1 size flop (turn 75,125), river (33,75,125) think that should be fine? And 1 more question when i compare the ev do you mean i basically run the solve with 2 sizes on flop and see what he prefers and than run the solve again with the prefered size or do i have to run the solve with 1 size then with the 2nd size and compare the ev of the strategies, and than run the solve again with the higher ev of the 2 1 size strategies? But in 3b pots oop , the pot to stack ratio is kinda fucked up when 4x the open when using 75 % on flop ,i think its better to choose between 30% and 50 % there and compare the ev isnt it?

March 25, 2021 | 3:35 p.m.

Post | Rene posted in NLHE: PIO simplification

Hi i heard that most high-stakes players use 1 size on flop 2 on turn and 3 on the river for simplification reasons. Can someone tell me good parameters for my 3b and srp solves?

March 25, 2021 | 3:50 a.m.

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