Good video, was a little slower paced to my taste but the content makes up for it.
I would be interested in watching more Aggregated reports work you do and how could people use it aswell.
Top quality content as always Saulo, keep up the good work!
Aug. 19, 2019 | 6:29 p.m.
Hey RIO community,
What would be some of the adjustments we wanna make versus a player pool like this:
(these are stats of the top 5 regs at the games i play, what stands out to you guys which has potential to be exploited)
Aug. 8, 2019 | 10:37 p.m.
Some of the strategic adjustments I use is:
-Raising for a bigger size when raising EP (coz of people over peeling IP)
-Raising a lot from LP and for a smaller size (People under 3b)
-Folding a lot more to 3b (coz people are just unbalanced a lot towards value)
-cbetting small (coz pop under x/r's) and overpotting turns (coz they are capped a lot)
Lmk your thoughts on what i could add.
Aug. 8, 2019 | 10:32 p.m.
I primarily play in a player pool which has these tendencies, What would your adjustments be v/s this kind of player pool.
Also i have attached the stats on top 5 REGs at this player pool
-Lot of limping
-High fold to 3b's
-Population under 3bets across positions
-Low fold to cbet
-People fast play their strong hands/ Peoples raising ranges postflop is massively unbalanced towards Value.
Thanks in advance.
Aug. 8, 2019 | 10:30 p.m.
1) How to do population tendency analysis for our player pool (and/or adjustments for the findings?)
2) How to Run/Use Aggregration reports and best study them
3) How to improve at poker in 2019 (what should the daily/weekly routine ideally be like)
Aug. 8, 2019 | 10:27 p.m.
since its a 3 year old post, i assume you would have already got it answered but just for the sake of completeness of this post:
Bubble factor for player A against player B basically is the cost/profit ratio of A playing for stacks against B.
If A plays for stacks against B,
Cost: EV lost in case player A loses
Profit: EV gained in case player A wins
Now once u have bubble factors, you can use it as:
Suppose for a particular call, pot odds wise player A is getting 2:1
But, the bubble factor for player A against player B is x,
then instead of the required 1/3 or 33% equity,
the odds now are (2/x):1 and you now need 1/((2/x)+1) equity!
For x = 2, you need 50% equity
x = 1.5, 42.6% and so on..