Have you thought about giving yourself a little bit of leeway and accumulating data to find the sweet spot between 4-6 tables? I agree with your sentiment but at the same time I'd be a concerned about throwing out the baby with the bathwater with rigid self-imposed rules.
Breaks are essential. One of my favorite axioms is the growth equation "derived" from Brad Stulberg and Steve Magness: Stress + Rest = Growth which holds true for every type of performance. https://thegrowtheq.com/
Best of luck, Patrick!
June 29, 2021 | 11:24 p.m.
This is great, this site already has so much GTO content. Figuring out how to thread the exploitative needle is very valuable.
I'd love to see you quickly hammer through some HH's in spots where we can expect overbluffing to be +EV, this way we get to see more spots per video.
Glad to see you're back.
May 4, 2021 | 9:39 a.m.
RE: J3o BvB ~19mins
Really interesting flop. My instinct is to bet b/c texture favors our range yet we have SD value. Don't think he has many Aces in his range. Any heart, Q, or K is bad if we check. Also the possibility that if we bet and a heart comes, we can turn hand into bluff. Close spot but it seems like betting might be better vs. random opponent.
Looking back on it, do you still like check?
Sept. 12, 2017 | 3:43 a.m.
FWIW, in one of Zeljko Krizan's videos (I think first, maybe second) he recommends checking most boards when you get called by LP from our EP open. He didn't explain it much but said something about how they have a narrower range (albeit capped). I would assume this means they hit mid-high card (~8-Q) heavy flops more frequently than our wider opening range. Still kind of fuzzy to me. I'd check this with piosolver but my new comp is in the mail. Interested on any other thoughts. Might be a good forum topic.
June 27, 2016 | 9:19 p.m.
This video was great; I would love to have more of these simple style videos. I like to tap in to your line of thinking but I don't frequently play high up so having the fundamentals explained really helps my game. This perhaps one of the most useful videos I've watched.
June 12, 2016 | 2:03 a.m.
For the lines you listed above in which you wrote X and not X/call on the river, does this mean you are folding to most/all rivers UI and readless? It seems like the overbet will fold out most of his draws so he likely shows up with 2P+ or air after a river bet. If you agree villain does show up with air and that we need to defend against it, what kinds of rivers would be good candidates to bluffcatch?
Awesome video dood! Keep the 6max comin plz