great video, really enjoyed it. looking forward to future ones
May 28, 2018 | 4:53 a.m.
I am curious if on the first hand (@5min), on the turn if you gave the solver the option of using a smaller block bet size and the overbet size (~30% and ~140%) if it would take some of those hands it is checking back on the turn, like A5-A7, and use the smaller size with those hands, as well as the overbet sizing with our strongest hands.
I can definitely see an argument for using two sizes (the blocking bet and the overbet) as well as just an "overbet or fold" strategy. The option of betting small on the turn could be nice with some hands not strong enough for an overbet in order to get some value/protection, and then plan to check back most rivers. However, this is a board where we have a big range advantage and protection isn't that important, so I can see arguments against a small sizing.
Interested to see what you think/what you think the solver would do given the option to bet small on the turn.
Thanks for the video.