Offering PLO5 coaching, It has been my main game in the past year and a half on the apps, playing 400-1000.
Part of my results, since it's hard to track hands there, links below and yes I know I need to learn how to flip. EVbb/100 20.02
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Most results are from 40 or 50 vpip 6max tables, that's why VPIP is that high
Sept. 11, 2020 | 2:38 a.m.
Hello, I am long time cash player and now want to learn more about MTTs.
Looking for software to improve my mtt game, shoving, re-shoving spots icm and those kind of things. I googled and found icmizer and holdem resources. Is there anything better out there? Or which one to choose. Any feedback would be appreciated
March 1, 2017 | 6:29 a.m.
So I want to start really working on my game to start climbing up the ladder since i'm stuck playing 50 and 100 plo 6m for a while and learned mostly with training videos and by playing, but reviewing my own hand histories in PT4 is something that I've never really done before besides checking out the big pots and occasional interesting hands.
So questions are pretty straightforward, how to start, what to do, which spots to look for and which filters to use and how to spot out leaks that actually make a big impact on the winrate.
Any feedback will be hardly appreciated. :)
Sept. 22, 2016 | 9:04 p.m.
I don't see much point in leading, your hand is too weak and there is a good chance your fd is dominated 3 way.
In general people wouldn't cbet this board light 3way because it hits everyone so if you do face a bet from CO and especially if he has tight preflop range I would strongly consider just ch/f on the flop given all our outs are very marginal.
May 26, 2015 | 6:48 p.m.
If you ever plan to fold on a card like 3 on the turn you should just fold the flop, which isn't such a bad idea considering how straightforward people usually play at microstakes especially that you have read that he is passive.
May 26, 2015 | 6:39 p.m.
The hand is played by a friend of mine shortly after I left the game.
EP Raise 15
BTN 3bet 50
SB - Call 50
Hero - Call 50 with QdJdTc9c
SB pots 200
Effective stacks for all players are around 1k
SB is holdem reg that hugely overplays, is slightly tilted and has wide preflop range
EP is holdem reg
BU is good player
April 4, 2015 | 10:36 p.m.
MP: $197.80 (Hero)
SB wins $121.32
Rake is $2.80
Feb. 3, 2015 | 10:10 p.m.
I like calling and potting 2,3,4,K,A non diamonds to deny him checking back and checking T and 8.
If he checks back turn which will happen basically only when one of the draws completes and he has a better or the same hand as we do, bluffing might be an option but we do not rep many high flushes when we just call the raise OOP.
Jan. 15, 2015 | 3:23 p.m.
I agree, will also just ship it in here given he is so loose and can basically have any 4 cards because we will be in tough spots on most rivers and instead we can put him in a tough spot ourselves on the turn. Like Tom said, how bad can it be :)
Jan. 9, 2015 | 7:33 p.m.
UTG: $74.76 (Hero)
Rake is $0.21
Dec. 21, 2014 | 3:27 p.m.
Well title says it all, it seems like a spot I am struggling a lot or just running really unlucky lately but what is my play when it's 4b pot, with spr something like 1-1.6 and it comes 998ss, JJ4ss or TT7r
What should be my play there? Obviously I am not talking about very low card paired but more like middling ones that are likely to hit their range but on the other hand there is a flush/str8 draw there and I am vs that kind of opponent that I think can stick it in if i cbet very small with some marginal draw.
I play 50plo because stakes should also be relevant I guess but what are your thoughts about higher stakes as well.
Any feedback is welcome
Dec. 15, 2014 | 4:27 p.m.
Reading all this was such an inspiration! Very positive and valuable read :)
Oct. 20, 2014 | 3:19 a.m.
His range here should be really draw heavy on the turn but the problem is that most of those draws either beat us or we are just a small fav.
It might be a little nitty but I would ch/f
Also yeah it's slightly loose open unless btn is really nitty.
Oct. 19, 2014 | 4:48 a.m.
If it's checked to us I wouldn't try anything fancy and will just go for around 3/4.
As it played out I do not see any point raising small since we are only repping nuts and str8 flush...
Our range is really strong here, but we can still have some naked Ac here that are not folding to a donk bet on the flop, that can be hands like AA5x or AKQJcdd for example.
If he folds take a note and use it against him in the future :)
Oct. 19, 2014 | 4:44 a.m.
I don't see much point to 4bet and chase out the very bad recreational as described him just to gamble it up with the reg, it's not like we are pushing any kind of equity with a hand like this.
I am no preflop expert but following simple logic I just see no reason to do it. I am not even sure if overcalling here is good but considering he is really bad it should be.
Oct. 19, 2014 | 4:35 a.m.
These kind of hands been troubling myself lately, but I guess here I would just bet and take my FE because besides the turns we improve on there aren't many good ones.
I would rather take a hands like you mentioned, naked wraps and maybe something like QJT8dd to xb. Basically hands with not that many, but reasonably clean outs that I would hate bet/folding.
Oct. 19, 2014 | 4:30 a.m.
I kinda like checking back here both to protect our xb range to have high flushes and because we are slightly deeper so we don't have to make decisions like that and we have plenty of equity and will improve most of the time. It is kinda bad that we don't have any showdown equity but we still have position and can take it away on future streets or improve. If we had a 4 or 3 instead of an 8 I like cbetting because we have much more equity vs Kxxxhh because going against that kind of hand concerns me more than vs a naked set.
As played I guess we can call and give ourselves a chance to make good decision on the turn instead of just shoving now because our FE should be close to 0, so what's the point?
Oct. 19, 2014 | 4:22 a.m.
Problem with shoving is that he must be really bad to call it off... I don't remember if i ever but if he is, I will go for it :D
I just don't remember the last time I saw someone bluffing in a spot like this.
Oct. 19, 2014 | 4:01 a.m.
I would pot the turn, we are lost on basically every river and still have the best hand most of the time especially with our 7 blocker.
As played river is really dependent on your image and how he views you, I do not really like shoving because we are basically hoping to get called by 2 possible hands... I guess I would go for check/call cause the number of missed draws in his turn calling range should be much bigger than the 9's and card removal kinda helps us on the river, there are still much worse rivers than this one.