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Good stuff Matt! I wonder how do you measure how often times a spot comes up for your drill plan? Do you filter the nodes in HM3 to see the frequencies, or through some other way?

Oct. 31, 2022 | 9:58 a.m.

Great first video man! Anki is great, I have created myself an orientation deck to go through it before the session for more global strategy/mental game matters before my session, but based on this video I definitely got some new ideas on making heavier use of it strategy-wise as well.

Have also greatly enjoyed reading your blog. Cheers!

June 23, 2022 | 8:38 p.m.

Hi Luke, great video! This seems like a very effective way of training as you periodize between the in-the-moment decision-making and reviewing the decisions straight after.

@14:30 table 2 you say you are gonna go 2/3p 40% of the time as a global strategy, and with JJ 86% which is 6/7. While I understand that JJ and overpairs want to bet way more than the global percentage, could you elaborate if you have a heuristic for arriving at that 6/7 or 86% here? Why fractions of 7 in particular? Is it about dividing the frequencies to fractions of 7 in general to have enough granularity and avoid "lazy mixing", and in this particular case taking the 2nd highest frequency so we don't just pure bet in this spot where the ranges run close and villain has a slight nut advantage?

Again cheers for the video! Have been really enjoying your content for the past few days.

May 31, 2022 | 7:42 p.m.

Cool video! The 2-table format is nice. I'm coming back to NLHE from a three year pause and I've noticed that people select 1/3 pot sizing quite a bit these days. At 6:38 in table 1 with you standard GTO oriented strategy vs regs; do you split your range here to a 1/3p and a bigger bet, or do you bet your whole range with that sizing?

Sept. 5, 2017 | 8:14 p.m.

Call turn and CR bluff all-in good rivers repping 66 since you're blocking it and villain is pretty likely to fire a 3rd barrell? You also have some showdown value when he checks the river. Reads would be valuable obviously. Seiteen probably referred to opponents with wide ranges who barrell a lot and thus have wide ranges in this spot.

July 13, 2014 | 8:10 p.m.

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