Going through your back catalogue of videos and think this along with systematic approach to strategy development might be the two most useful videos I've seen for my study process. Id love to know what the most common heuristics are when you are simplifying your turn and river play. Congratulations on your elite status. Plan to upgrade next month so looking forward to watching your latest content.
April 10, 2020 | 6:29 a.m.
Thanks for the response. Yes pip meant PIO (Auto correct on my phone). Its nice to hear that making money doesn't have to com from a GTO perfect strategy. Starting to think more exploitative on the turn and river. Will also do a bit of drilling with flopzilla to consider how my hands and range interact on the Turn and River.
Jan. 15, 2020 | 10:52 p.m.
Just found this. Great read so far. Would love to hear more about your study strategy, especially from the only use pip for flop decisions. I feel like I became totally lost/overwhelmed trying to plan for the turn and river using any systematic approach with pip. Too many branches. So would be really interested to hear how you approach your study. Though I know you've mentioned not posting much technical content. thanks for the read.
Jan. 12, 2020 | 10:06 a.m.
I think our edge can come from timing our agression bette as we gain value from fold equity and getting vslue from our strongest hands. We can also gain value from keeping his range wide when we have more marginal holdings.
Feb. 16, 2018 | 9:47 p.m.
I think we can bet a little smaller on the river. We aren't trying to bluff him off any made hands if he's a fish. So really we're just trying to take him off A or Kxxx diamond draws which will fold to smaller bets and that way we save when we get called by his sets and stubborn 2pair hands.