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Thanks Mikey and Cory. Will check out Zach's stuff and look forward to Cory's video.

May 1, 2021 | 5:49 p.m.

I am an Elite subscriber because I find the material very important and instructive in short-handed environments.
Many of the games I am playing at the moment are live, and very splashy--often with 4-5 people seeing a flop in a 3b pot, even more in SR or limp pot.
Is there any material on RIO for this sort of situation?
Thanks in advance.

April 28, 2021 | 6:30 p.m.

thanks boutthreefiddy !
The main issue I am struggling with is this: why is the money you gain from bluffing in these spots not offset by the amount of value you miss-out on when you have a value hand?"
After thinking about this some more, it seems to me ( and I may be wrong) that we are ignoring any extra money (over the size of the existing pot) won by bet itself ( we are supposed to make villain indifferent), so betting boards that are good for us is more about taking the pot down than getting additional value. Is this correct?

April 29, 2020 | 10:51 a.m.

April 29, 2020 | 10:42 a.m.

I agree that we should lead the turn and then choose the K diamond blockers that also have pairs ( to block sets) to balance.

April 28, 2020 | 12:36 p.m.

What I do think I understand:
1) This is GTO and ignoring exploits from reads .
2) When you don't have the strong portion of your range, it tells you when you can convincingly " rep" a hand.

What I do not understand

1) Why should you bet larger with all your actual holdings? In other words, why is the money you gain from bluffing in these spots not offset by the amount of value you miss-out on when you have a value hand?
2) Why should you consider leading on flops that are good for you--same considerations as last question)?

Thanks for any help on this!

April 28, 2020 | noon

I have heard this concept countless times both in relation to NLHE and PLO.

What I do think I understand:
1) This is GTO and ignoring exploits from reads .
2) When you don't have the strong portion of your range, it tells you when you can convincingly " rep" a hand.

What I do not understand

1) Why should you bet larger with all your actual holdings? In other words, why is the money you gain from bluffing in these spots not offset by the amount of value you miss-out on when you have a value hand?
2) Why should you consider leading on flops that are good for you--same considerations as last question)?

Thanks for any help on this!

April 28, 2020 | 11:59 a.m.

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