Good advice for sure, and thanks for the reply :) While i think that i, to some extent, analyze what i would do before the recorder make their decision, it would probably be more efficient to pause and do a more thorough analysis before watching which line the recorder takes. I'll try it straight away!
The spots i find the hardest is when i watch a video or read a hh and and the coach/player labels a certain line pf as "standard". For me as a beginner at 6max it can be hard to know if the play (let's say a normal raise from UTG) labeled as standard is a close raise or a crystal clear raise because of the hands strenght. My worry is that i will create a pf range that is either to loose or to tight based on my assumptions as to where the instructor are on his/her range. Since i have been playing HU for the last say ten years my ability to create starting ranges for different positions on a 6max table is not the best.
But watching alot of videos, playing the game and doing equity calcs is the best way to go. I'm not looking for any golden answers here, just trying to make good use of my study time i guess :)
Dec. 7, 2018 | 3:33 p.m.
I've recently started thinking about crossing over from NLHU towards HUPLO and 6 max PLO. I do feel that it is easier for me to find relevant videos for HUPLO since im playing NLHU at the moment, however on the 6max side i feel somewhat lost. Mostly, i'm looking for videos/articles/solutions that can help me build a solid preflop strategy. I was looking at the learning path, but it looks a bit outdated tbh. If anyone has any good advice for building a solid pf strategy, please let me know! :)