# Vegas Blows

5 points

Great video. I have questions.

1. It's more of a software question as I am not familiar with it. I see that this is the analysis of a case where btn 3 barrels and we have AT, but you set that the the btn's option has either bet or (open) fold. There is no tree for checking. I guess when we check, we are likely to lose, but btn still should have >0% equity. Especially, at the end of the video, you put some of the top pair hand in the fold range. Doesn't every EV get skewed if the EV goes to BB when Btn open folds.

2. Also, you set the river calling frequency at 100% and checked EV of calling. But we don't call the river 100% with AT. I guess I don't get why we are checking various conditions assuming we are calling the river 100% as our river calling frequency is, i am guessing, always <100%.

thanks

### April 6, 2014 | 8:12 p.m.

CREV

I am trying to run a sim on CREV on AKQ game in MOP book. I am not sure if my setup is wrong or not. but assuming my setup is right. I am not sure how to proceed next. I ran the graph by varying #1 and #2. (weighted % of QQ and KK respectively) Not sure what to make of the result if it was correctly done.

I actually got the 33% number on bluffing frequency of Q and EV doesn't change regardless of calling frequency of K. However, it was easier because i knew the solution already. Solution says ratio of A and Q is 3 to 1. So if I weighted Q to 33%, then I do get 3 to 1 ratio.  CREV2

CREV3

However, as for frequency of K, it is also 1/3, and verified EV doesn't change for the caller.  I guess what I am confused about is the ratio of AA and KK.  CREV4

Isn't ratio supposed to be 3 to 1? or am I somehow applying wrong math because solution of calling freq of K turns out to be the same 1/3 for frequency of Q and K.

One last thing is, I could verify the solution using CREV for AKQ, but I am not sure if I know how to solve a toy game using CREV as I didn't know how to go about it even for AKQ.

erg sorry for long post :(