15:35 4566r on Q45. preflop raising seems like a mistake, however should we be doing alot of limp calling at these stakes (due to rake (: )? maybe outright folding this combo might be the way to go but maybe that's to nitty..
It feels like this board is semi neutral in defending ranges vs sb raise..
And cbetting on the larger size 2/3 feels like we are building a pot oop and will have problems playing this combo on future cards. there's almost no cards on turn that we can bet for value and going into check calling mode in a bloated pot with a hand that is blocking some parts of the bluffing combos with the 6's feels iffy.
And it feels like maybe cbetting on the smaller sizing with alot of our range accomplish almost the same thing but for a lower price.
Fold away some of our opp equity and bets on future streets aren't as big.
For these reasons i have a strong feeling that check calling this combo from the flop onward is the way to go. one reason not to is that we dont have any runner runner flush cards.
Feb. 28, 2019 | 2:51 a.m.
29:25 with 8763: Don't you think that you can pot the river? Doesn't his range contain of few enough straights that we don't create a chops by potting the one card straight? I guess that the most common straight in his range is the nut straight though, so we will be put in a bluff catch spot after putting a lot of money in the pot if we end up potting the river.
40:58 with T943: I'd like a flop bet, blocking Ts/TT/KT and having some backdoors. Would you be betting JT43? Having more backdoors, blocking more och the continuing range. AT34:add? Or is it to awkward bet folding the nut BDFD, especially being able to comfortably call a lot of turn probes if checking back.
43:42 with AKJ5: Do you bet any KK on the turn? Which ones? Maybe I overestimate how often we'll get bet into if we check turn. However, if they have a high betting frequency we won't get a freecard anyways, so we can bet ourselves, missrepresenting our range somewhat. I don't expect us to ever get raised on the turn, so we don't risk that much by betting if we expect to face a bet otherwise anyways.
Dec. 4, 2018 | 9:02 a.m.
Yes, I've been using that. Which settings/graphs have you been doing there? There are a lot of different ones.
I'd like something a bit more sophisticated, I think.
Plot.ly (https://plot.ly/) is interesting, easily programable.
Sept. 3, 2018 | 4:04 p.m.
Hi. I've been noting a lot of numbers from different spots. I'd like to make these numbers into charts. Does anyone have any recommended program for this? Preferably a lot of functions. Most importantly a nice look. Doesn't matter if it's free or costs moniez.