I really hope you can make the sims available to download also.
I know the practice mode is nice BUT when i try to filter for something its often very tough and SO MUCH easier in Monker itself. What im struggleing is somwthing like filtering for double pairs either how i play them or to remove them from my range... its easy in monker but here i have to manually exclude each PP... i know that Jnandez had his sims available in a sim pack so it shouldn't cost you that much to have them in a cloud I guess?
Any chance that you could make them available for us?
May 14, 2020 | 8:54 a.m.
I would really like some other opinions on this but from my experience it is mostly a slowplayed set on the flop or a turned twopair hand. Sure people raise some Pair+fd on the turn and we would feel silly folding vs. This but i believe its a made hand most of the time.
Very interesting spot imo.
March 11, 2014 | 8:05 p.m.
I am looking for private PLO coaches and Im pretty sure neither Ben or Phil take private students or do they? (and if they did it would cost like 5k/hour or something)
What do you people think are the best coaches for 2/4-10/20 players out there? Any opinions?
Jan. 5, 2014 | 2:22 p.m.
What du you mean betting 60% a mistake? U think he should. Et bigger?....
Well u dont have kk or qq and if he has the other one betting for value his is getting called by a lone 8..., which might fold to a bigger bet. i think its afold on the river and im not sure but preflop might be a fold too... Folding for sure if im playing to many tables but might be a call if 4 tabling.
Oct. 16, 2013 | 11:53 a.m.
Flop c/r would be my default. If he bets and we just calls... Its just not pretty to play. Preflop flatting is better for sure. Turn if we check twice its a fold. We dont have even close to enough outs and no idea about implieds.
As played i really hate the river bet buts this is a ba situation because u got urself inthe spot by betting the flop
Oct. 1, 2013 | 11:16 p.m.
What do u do if he bets the flop? X/c? If yes what do you do on a turncard which is not a club or a king?x/c again?
If you x/r flop do you raise fold?(worst line obv lol) or would you simply x/f because you say he is passive?
Sept. 30, 2013 | 11:38 p.m.
I like that but for whatever reason I feel rasing anywhere between 16-19 is much better as 24. imo he is folding sets to a 24$ raise but calls a smaller one. Might be totaly off here but thats kinda my gut feeling lol
Sept. 29, 2013 | 1:03 a.m.
Im not so sure about the flip bet beeing super neccecery. People might simply fold low fd without backup. But would pay off 1-2 bets when they hit. Not saying betting is bad esp. Because we get more value by getting folds and barreling or hitting the flush as the agressor
Sept. 26, 2013 | 5:09 p.m.
X/jam if bu calls? I would assume our avarege equity if we get this in would be pretty low. We would hope for our fd to be live which it will never be if it goes multiway. Also i think we need to factor in that we never crush but are crushed some of the time while beeing ~40-45% most often i assume.
I would think of bet folding probably but im not sure.
Not a fan of the 3bet btw
Sept. 26, 2013 | 8:46 a.m.
Also what do you think if villaint has something like kjjx. About x/raising river. I find these often some god plays because its tough to call a river x/r with anything other than kt. Him blocking a k makes it less likely u have one. However if he x/r here he repsKT and kk only which is very well in his range obv. But not to many combinations.
Sept. 25, 2013 | 8:12 p.m.
Im not too üositive about that but I thnk we has to bet AT here. The board is a little too bricky imo. I would for sure checkback JT. Not sure about QT probably bet
Sept. 25, 2013 | 8:09 p.m.
Just wanted to point out that this is very opponent dependent. Alot of people will simply fold to the Cbet-> just bet yourself and fold if their raising range is too strong.
Some will stab here a log if you check. X/c here and x/r turn or justx/r flop works good vs. These people.
Sme who like to float with pair+xxx here we can abrrel off also a lot of people call twice here but might fold to third barrel.
Its our job to find out which tendencies the opponent has(either via stats or experience playing with him but preferrably both) and adjust our betting actions to the specific type
Sept. 25, 2013 | 8:04 p.m.
Call for sure man. He might check some diamonds and u can bluff. Also you have implieds on some of your potential outs.
Sept. 25, 2013 | 8 p.m.
Why do you assume that he has to have a madehand here? And why do you assume that bare JT will pay us of on an A or Q turn? I want to push the flop to get it AI vs kqj stuff and to charge other rundowns which have a T in their hand like qt98 or kqt9.
We do have some FE if we push the flop which is another point.
Sept. 21, 2013 | 9:48 a.m.
Im on ipad so i make it short:
1. dont think aboutmpositive or negative redline. Think about making the best play vs. Oppenents range EVERY single desicion.
2. there are both winningplayers with positive or negative nonsd line. No need to forcefully be the one or the other.
3. your downswing isnt that big honestly. Eerybody had something like that and a lot of people had runs which have been way worse.
4. how many tables do you play btw?
Sept. 20, 2013 | 2:51 p.m.
Why u talk about hard to read hand?.. Sure turning the nuts would be nice but that isnt happening too often. Amd if he ships kqj ort987 on any blank turn where we have to fold i think potting here is best.
However i would 4bet preflop