I'm attempting to create a two size strategy on specific branches for turns (i.e. x-b33-c, then w/e turn card.) I wanted to compare EV's of two sizes (i.e 33% and 75%) vs another two (i.e 50% and 100%). Would I be nodelocking the flop for both players and then comparing it for each individual turn card? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Aug. 18, 2021 | 5:25 p.m.
Hey Henry, on 16:30 you talk about the double cold call range of villain to be "wider rather than tighter". I would have assumed it was the opposite, i.e. very condensed (though weaker than someone who single cold calls a 3bet). What type of hands would you put in his range please?
March 15, 2021 | 10:59 a.m.
Super confused why 1-a doesn't apply on the flop. We need to make the aggresor indifferent between check and bet so we should always defend under 1-a was my understanding. Calling so often we can be exploited by Villan betting pure value?