Well Hawks, thank you so much for this very in-depth comment. I'm slowly learning how to adjust to my rake structure, and I gotta say, following preflop sims after watching so much poker live and online (but with softer rake structures) requires a lot of discipline not gonna lie :P. I guess my issue with the SB position winrate came from overcalling too much, hoping that seeing a flop with 1 or 2 recreationals involved would compensate for the awkwardness of being first to act in a multiway pot. I'm starting to get rid of this bad habit, overcalling less from BB too (I used to have 30-23 of VPIP-PFR, but I'm beginning to realize that at this rake structure that's not doable).
May 10, 2023 | 12:59 a.m.
Thank you for your suggestion, I didn't think about gto wizard so it will definitely be very useful. I see it has a section for 50NL with "Pokerstars rake"; I guess it's referring to non-eu PS rake (so 5,0% with 4bb cap rather than the 5,5% with 6bb cap that I usually play on) but that should be close enough for my purposes.
I've checked Zenith but their sims are not suitable for my (even higher) rake structure.
Thank you guys, you've been very helpful.
May 8, 2023 | 12:25 p.m.
Hello everyone, and thank you in advance for your attention. It's been a few weeks by now that I've been looking for preflop charts suitable for my (kind of unfortunate) rake structure, rather than relying on Acevedo's ranges fit for a 500NL structure. I play at NL50 on PS.it from Italy, and the rake structure here is a 5,5% with 6bb cap (no preflop rake). I looked around the various preflop sites (Zenith, Guerrilla Poker ecc.) but struggled to find sims that are actually suitable for this rake structure (or reasonably close to it). If you know better please let me know, for I might have fun limping from SB but losing 60bb/100 from that position is not equally fun :P.
Thank you again,