Great series. Oop vids are always helpful. Would love to see pio stuff oop.
At 23:15 you talk about possibly leading turn for an overbet. But our opp doesn't seem totally capped here if he should be checking back a lot, and even if he does cbet here a lot the A is better for his range. What about us cr this turn? We have 22, 23, 33, a2, a3 and big combo draws. This would seem an especially good line as our opp bluffing freq should go up on the A turn. Thanks patrick.
April 9, 2019 | 3:27 a.m.
Excellent video. Oop is always so difficult to play and this helps a lot. Perhaps you could continue exploring oop spots, possibly strategy on some of those high boards you mentioned or low boards. Thank you
March 29, 2019 | 11:50 p.m.
Good video. Replayer analysis with one table is always more beneficial as you can go deeper. Perhaps take your own session and run it through in a replayer but do an entire session or large block of a session and show that. You can quickly click past hands you don't vpip but then we get to see more of what is being folded by position. Then you can spend a little more time analysing the hands you do vpip.
March 8, 2019 | 1:03 a.m.
Its been a couple of months since i commented, but i recently saw a similar situation in jeremy menards latest video where we are 50bb deep facing a 3bet from the blinds when we are on the button with 88. I feel if we are in jam or fold mode we lose too much vs population. Would it not be more practical to have a 4bet/fold range vs a vast majority of population as well as a call range? Would we give up too much by only having a jam range vs only the best gto players?
March 5, 2019 | 4:21 a.m.
Great video. At 25:00 you talk about the options with 88 vs a 3bet. With 50bb eff are calling or 4bet clicking really not an option vs an aggressive, competent player? If you are jamming 88 then do you not have a non all in 4bet range at all at this stack depth?
What if our opponents range was very tight, is 88 a flat here?
You said at 60bb eff a 4bet jam with 88 would not be correct. Is it a pure call? I assume now we should have a non all in 4bet range? What would be a 4 bet stack off range here be, 99+ aqs+ ako+?
March 5, 2019 | 4:03 a.m.
Well done. Very well explained and very helpful. It would be great if you would make more of these for both hu and 6max. Perhaps integrate some pio for very tricky hands in future videos. Thank you.
March 2, 2019 | 5:55 a.m.
Great video. At 36:30 you say the guy should not be jamming 17bb in that spot. It seems with hands like ak aqs 99 tt it woud be difficult to play post flop if you open raise and get called. There were a couple of hands earlier in the video where LP opened and you ripped 30bb from the btn with such hands to make it easier to realize your equity and prevent him from realizing his and you had some deep stacks behind you in the blinds as well. Are you just never jamming 17bbs there ever?
March 1, 2019 | 12:34 a.m.
Tremendous video. Your explanations make things easy to understand. I personally would like to see more pio work when we are oop as the pfr or just oop spots in general as they are the most difficult to play. Thanks sam.
Feb. 13, 2019 | 1:13 a.m.
Good content. I like how well you explain your thought process and the exploititive adjustments you make. Sometimes low stakes live and high stakes live don't seem all that different with the adjustments available.
Feb. 11, 2019 | 11:43 p.m.
Great work. Always enjoy your vids and explanations. One of RIOs best.