I have recently started trying to run SRP ie BU v BB, MP v BU flat, but my laptop says insufficient memory. Is my only option to buy a PC with more RAM? My laptop has 16gb ram, i7 processor. The only way it would be able to run these sims would probably be if i used one sizing on each street. Are there any sites or people that i could buy pre solved gto+ sims off? thanks
June 30, 2021 | 2:08 p.m.
Thoughts on my line? On the flop i have all the sets, 78s, 56s, villain still has these but i have the nut advantage. When villain calls the flop c/r i range him on mainly overpairs as i dont think hes defending any AK/AQ with bdfd. Is turn barrel ok even though the 5 reduces the amount of set/2 pair combos? I use this size setting up for river jam. When he calls turn im pretty sure he has JJ+, then when the river bricks i jam hoping he finds a fold. Is this line ok any feedback is appreciated thanks !!
Hero (CO): 148.78 BB
BTN: 182.78 BB
SB: 373.85 BB
BB: 193.53 BB
SB posts SB 0.5 BB, BB posts BB 1 BB
Pre Flop: (pot: 1.5 BB) Hero has 7s 7c
Hero raises to 2.5 BB, BTN raises to 7.5 BB, fold, fold, Hero calls 5 BB
Flop : (16.5 BB, 2 players) 5d 6s 4c
Hero checks, BTN bets 8.25 BB, Hero raises to 20 BB, BTN calls 11.75 BB
Turn : (56.5 BB, 2 players) 5s
Hero bets 28 BB, BTN calls 28 BB
River : (112.5 BB, 2 players) Tc
Hero bets 93.28 BB and is all-in, BTN calls 93.28 BB
Hero shows 7s 7c (Two Pair, Sevens and Fives)
(Pre 19%, Flop 39%, Turn 23%)
BTN shows Js Jd (Two Pair, Jacks and Fives)
(Pre 81%, Flop 61%, Turn 77%)
BTN wins 294.81 BB
Sept. 7, 2020 | 4:26 p.m.
Thanks for taking your time to watch and analyse the hands very much appreciated! Yeah i had been playing a lot of 25/50z before this just decided to change it up and try FR so still getting used to the dynamics myself. So on H3 it would be better to 1/2 pot turn and 1/2 pot river if villain hadn't raised targeting lower pairs, and using the same sizings with our bluffs?
Aug. 27, 2020 | 2:40 p.m.
A few losing hands from my 100nl session today, any feedback/thoughts would be appreciated thanks !!!!!!
Preflop: Not sure if we should just 5bet jam and hope we are up against QQ or AK,or can we just fold pre as im not sure QQ/AK ever 4bets BB 3bets at these stakes? As played i decided to call and reevaluate flop, but looking back i feel like jam/fold would be better because we want to realise our equity if we are up against QQ.
Postflop: We just stack off hoping we are up against the same hand, which we aren't lol
Preflop: Squeeze and get called by villain who flatted the original raise. Not exactly sure what sort of range this villain will hold but assuming something like 44-99 maybe even TT, pairs trying to set mine? Then possibly some suited broadways too.
Postflop: I cbet 1/4 as my range is more nutted than his on this board, i can have top, middle set, top top, i dont think villain has QT in his range so i would say i have the nut advantage and also the nut gutshot/BDFD, my bet is trying to fold out hands like 44-88 if villain even has those hands in their range.
When villain calls flop i assume their range consists of top pair+gutshot, middle pair+gutshot/TT, 99. On the turn i check trying to showdown but i cant see any hands in villains range that i would be beating now and fold to the turn bet.
Preflop: Raise over several limpers, the original limper calls so im assuming their range looks something like 22-77, low-mid suited connectors/low to mid suited gappers.
Flop: I cbet 1/3 as my range has all the overpairs and villains doesn't, their range probably has more 8x than ours so now looking back can we ever check to induce a bet from 77-33 trying to protect their hand if we have 2 overcards? Or should we just bet targeting 77-33 hoping they can hero call on multiple streets?
Turn: We size up on the turn targeting 33's 55-77. We bet this size hoping villain will hero call with those holdings putting us on unpaired overcards like AsXs that could take this line. Villain raises and we call. In the moment we called thinking villain may have turned a combo draw like 56ss, 67ss that floated flop, but now looking back thats only 2 combos of bluffs where villain can have multiple 8x combos and also 44 that turned a full house, as hands like 33, 55-77 are most likely going to bluff catch instead of jam.
Preflop: We 4bet the SB 3bet, not sure if i should be 4betting AKs 100% in these positions or if i should have a low frequency flat, but in this case i 4bet.
Flop: I cbet 1/4, my range has overpairs, top and middle set sometimes, also top top and my specific hand has the nut gutshot and two overs. I range villain in this hand to have TT-QQ maybe KK and AA sometimes, KQs, AQs, AKs. Now looking back I feel like the only better hand that i would get to fold here is TT or the same hand as mine, maybe i should just check back the flop. Not too sure.
Turn: After getting called on the flop and the turn bringing our hand no additional equity we check back as i think villain always has a pair or JJ/QQ that is planning to check jam turn if we continue with AA/KK.
River: The Q reduces the combos of AQ/QQ/KQs in villains range but they still have JJ, we fold river as i cant see any hands that we can beat, and if we raise bluff i dont think it makes sense and i dont think villain has any hands that fold.
Preflop: We raise over one limper assuming their range is low pairs/low suited connectors/low suited gappers.
Flop: We flop the NFD and gutshot, the board is better for our range than the limpers so we cbet 1/3 targeting low pocket pairs with a heart that may float or low suited connectors with hearts, 8x, even Jxhh that we would be targeting for value with our value part of range. We get raised by the limper which they probably shouldn't be doing as this board doesn't give them the nut/range advantage. So at the time i was thinking they may be doing this with a low FD like 56hh/67hh, so i just decided to call knowing that if the heart hits i could stack them. Not sure if this is a mistake and i should 3bet flop and just try get it in as we have so much equity.
Turn: We pair our Q so i check call turn thinking im still ahead if villain is bluffing with a hand like 56hh.
River: Villain checks back with K8 which wasn't a hand i put in their range.
Preflop: We defend vs SB 3bet, not sure if i should be 4betting this hand as some frequency or not.
Flop: Villain checks which i think is strange as they can have all the sets/straight and 2 pair combos. I check back thinking it could be some sort of trap, my hand doesn't need protection and because if we get c/raised we are in a weird situation.
Turn:Villain leads half pot i just call not sure what to think of this.
River: BDFD completes and villain leads $1, usually when i see this its because they are scared of facing a large river bet but sometimes its a trap to get you to raise. I just called hoping to beat some sort of middle pair that villain took this line with.
I find it hard to assign villains a range when they're limp/calling, if anyone has any thoughts/experience with this and has been in similar spots any advice would be appreciated!
Also if anyone can see any leaks in my game from these hands and has any advice on what i should be working on that would be much appreciated too!! Thanks in advance.
Aug. 27, 2020 | 1:06 p.m.
Thanks yeah i think i struggle with the wider range from the button, maybe im just playing incorrectly postflop and need to study my button strategy. Yeah i thought it may be variance but i didnt think my button win rate would be -ve even though its only 23k hands so i must be doing something wrong. Ok so maybe i should try open 2 or 3% wider from EP, MP and CO and open 3% less from the BU and defend more to 3bets? Thanks for the advice btw much appreciated.
Aug. 2, 2020 | 3:02 p.m.
hey guys just wondering if anyone has any tips on improving my button win rate and overall win rate by looking at these stats, do you think i should be defending more to 3bets on the button around 50%? Or should i vpip less on the button to around 25% so i can defend a higher % of hands on the button? Any advice is much appreciated thanks !!! :)
Aug. 2, 2020 | 12:57 p.m.
Hey guys, recently bought gto+, just wondering if anyone has any tips on the most efficient way to study?
I've just ran a sim of BU open vs BB defend with a 33 flop subset, not sure if i should be looking over every flop and game tree, playing against the solution until i memorize every situation or setting up an excel sheet and putting data in there and then analyzing it or other.
Any advice would be appreciated !! Also if anyone is looking for a study partner im currently playing 25z on ignition trying to move up to 50z and would be interested sharing thoughts on hand histories and sims on discord or somewhere similar ! thanks !!