# ___xxx___

2 points

I can't really agree with the overlimp strategy. In a lot of small stakes games they may be raking away 1 or 1.5 limps on the flop (\$1 preflop for the jackpot drop and \$2 on the flop, regardless of pot size is common). If the pot gets bigger they will rake more but if you overlimp 1 player in a \$1/\$2 game and the SB calls and the BB checks the pot may be \$5 instead of \$8. So if it checks to you and you bet the flop and everyone folds you profit \$3 (and the dealer is going to expect a tip because there was a flop, so really you profited \$2. That's 2/3 of your profit taken away). Raising preflop is mandatory.

### June 24, 2024 | 6:12 a.m.

maybe 300 hands per hr total across 4 tables? So you are winning 15BB/hr. At NL25 that would be \$37.50 which is close.

But it seems unlikely that your winrate is the same at different game sizes.

### June 21, 2024 | 4:04 a.m.

I'm no pro or coach but I can take a stab at this...

Yes if the A/Q range has value 80% of the time then he is underbluffing so it's right to always fold. Even if he shoves every time (which he should) then he only has 1 bluff for every 5 shoves so he is underbluffing (the correct ratio is 1 bluff per 3 shoves, ie, 1 bluff per 2 value)

If A/Q underbluffs the correct strategy is to fold every time. If he overbluffs the correct strategy is to call every time. If he has the correct ratio then the correct strategy is to call half the time and fold half the time.

In your example A/Q is forced to underbluff because he does not have enough bluff hands in his range.

IMO the main takeaway from the AKQ game is that polarized ranges absolutely crush capped ranges. In the standard problem, both players have 50% equity but the polarized range gets 75% of the money!

Hope this helps!

### June 21, 2024 | 2:26 a.m.

Well, it works now. Not sure if it was automated or required manual intervention. So... thanks? Hopefully it keeps working.

### June 5, 2024 | 10:43 p.m.

Post | ___xxx___ posted in Chatter: Errors watching videos.

Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this but there isn't even a forum for the foundations course.

Yesterday I paid for the foundations course. Today I'm about 3/4 of the way through it and it's giving me an error saying that my account is locked because I've requested too many videos.

If you are going to sell a course with a large number of videos that average 5.5 minutes each you need to understand that you are going to get a lot of video requests from a user in a relatively short amount of time. The web page has to allow for that.

I would really like to watch the content that I paid for. I think this is a reasonable request. I've emailed support since that's the only way to get in touch. No response yet (not even an automated response saying that they got my email and someone will look at it eventually). So what now? I'm going to give it a day. If it's not resolved by then is disputing the charge my only recourse? Luckily I paid by CC so that option is open to me.

I understand that this is a technical issue and not an intentional attempt to defraud but the outcome is the same. I paid for something and I expect to receive what I paid for. Again, I think this is reasonable.

### June 5, 2024 | 10:16 p.m.

I paid for the foundations course yesterday. It's a lot of very very short videos (average of about 5.5 minutes each) so obviously it's a lot of videos watched in a short amount of time.

Today I am about 3/4 of the way through it and I'm getting this error. I would really like to watch the content that I paid for. I hope that they get back to me and unlock my account quickly. It's not ok to take someone's money and then not give them the content they paid for.