Can confirm I am not a PLO god! lol. I know the high win-rate is unsustainable, although I do think $1/$2 is very soft online and I have an edge on my opponents... how big that edge is - I have no idea, and I presume 16k hands is not a big enough sample. At what sample does it start to become significant?
I thought my red line was a particularly poor indicator of future success, but upon reading other forums it seems like it's somewhat standard for low-stakes PLO because the fun players hate to fold and most of your EV is just playing better hands and extracting value...
I presume this style of play will not work at the higher stakes, but I guess for $1/$2 it can be a good strategy? Let's see how the next 16k hands go....
April 18, 2020 | 5:47 p.m.
I have been playing PLO on and off for a few years... decided to grind a bunch with quarantine and all and was winning decently. I downloaded PT4 for the first time ever and uploaded my most recent hands.
Most of the hands are from $1/$2 6-max PLO.
How do I interpret this? What should be the main takeaway? What are some possible reasons my red line is so bad?
April 17, 2020 | 12:01 p.m.
Shout out Andrew Yang! Sad he has dropped out :(
Great vid, thanks!
March 3, 2020 | 2:55 p.m.
Hand at 9:50 -
What are your thoughts about betting super small on the river (like 20-25% pot, maybe less)? This accomplishes a few of things:
1) Makes our hand look like two pair going for thin value or a 7 that was bluffing turn and now made a straight
2) This could induce a bluff raise from our opponent with a one pair hand turning it into a bluff
3) His Jx will almost certainly raise over a small bet for value, allowing us to re-jam and potentially stack him