Thank you!!! I will have to spend some more time trying to understand it... but, thank you.
I might just try and write a short script (loop) in Python.. :P could be fun
Surely, you are not a BIG fish? i dont get it
Feb. 10, 2020 | 8:06 a.m.
So lots of nice discussions, nicenice :D
but; can someone explain how the solver works?
Feb. 9, 2020 | 9:48 p.m.
so when people are throwing around the phrase "the equilibrium play here is to..." or similar they are saying "the perfect/unexploitable play here is to..."?
Feb. 9, 2020 | 5:47 p.m.
How does a solver work, and what is meant by equilibrium?
If you have an answer, I would very much appreciate it if you make it as simple as possible... :P
Feb. 9, 2020 | 3 p.m.
I like many things about this video, e.g. when you explain how the field will underraise flop and therefore the bet is more profitable than PIO suggests - or how they will reach the flop with a stronger range than PIO.
I would love to look at the ranges you use - they differ quite a lot from mine, which is a bit worrying :P Would posting them somewhere here on RIO be a possibility?
And may I ask how you create your ranges? (both for yourself and villain).
Nov. 25, 2019 | 7:55 p.m.
I don't understand what the number behind a flop means (e.g. 3d9sQs:1.08) :-(
When I generated I saw it sometimes said the number 2 behind and I just thought that this meant that the generator had generated the exact same flop twice.
Sept. 29, 2019 | 7:51 a.m.
Might be a stupid question but...
Does anyone know if you can have maybe around 10 different flop textures that we use every time when analyzing in PIO (or using other methods than PIO for that matter)? By this I mean we have a set of flops that will cover as much as we can in terms of different outcomes, in order for us to analyze it properly and see how a situation depends on the board texture.
One example could be where we have a set which consists of 4 flops:
where L = 2-9 and H = T-A
Doubt the example above would cover us though... but maye somewhere around 10 different flops (instead of 4) can make it close enough? after all I am not looking for EVERY possible different situation, just the broad tendencies.
Just want to point out again I am looking at this in very broad terms.
Sept. 28, 2019 | 8:36 a.m.
First of all - thank you for putting out great content.
43s around 25 mins:
You say something a long the lines of
"when the opposition doesn't 3bet enough we can raise profitably here".
How have you determined this? Do you compare your data to PIO? What kind of bet sizes, what kind of textures and against what kind of players is this the most true for in a situation like this with SB vs BB?
furthermore (after you jam the river) you say something like
"pio wouldnt shove here with 43s but regulars really struggle to defend correctly when they face a jam here, so expanding your bluff range here is profitable against he right regulars".
Again,how do you determine this?
I find this very interesting but in all honesty it doesn't really help me at all as a player. I understand that you can't go into full depth in each hand while playing, so I guess what I am really saying is that I would like to see an analysis of these hands so that we can fully understand why you do what you do because at the moment I am not getting any smarter :P
Maybe you could pause the play and do the analysis in between playing? Or you could do at the end of the video.
Sept. 20, 2019 | 5:38 p.m.
I'm new here at run it once, and I would like to know if there are any preflop ranges here, preferably ranges that I can import to power equilab.
I've looked around the site but can't find any, so far :-)
The most important for me are 3betting ranges OOP and calling 3bets IP, as I am struggling to decided what these ranges should look like at the moment. I am aware of the vidoes on this subject but right now I need something to use for power equilab/PIO etc.