I try to find good RIO videos to watch but it seems (comparing different spots in videos with solver solutions) that lots of those are outdated.
Please, give me some recommendations for videos which are up to date and could help me understand nlhe poker.
June 22, 2020 | 1:45 p.m.
I have watched your videos for playing cash game (zoom) at low stakes. You said that due to the rake and also due to the opponents we should play very tight ranges preflop.
I have heard some top super highroller players (like Fedor Holz) who said that against weak players with many leaks in their game we can profitably play any 2 cards, especially in position. Why is this discrepancy in your opinions.
I think that against those kind of players which overcall too much, the best response is to underbluff and to do so we should have hands in our pf ranges that hit boards often, so we should have tight ranges. It is good also because players al low stakes do random crazy plays preflop and postflop for stacks, therefore we need very value heavy (tight) ranges to counter this. Plus, often we face multiway pots where we also should underbluff. Do we need more suited hands in our ranges due to this?
Please, share your thoughts. What is you opinion on that and why? I think it would be very useful for lots of players. This will help us to confidently build our preflop ranges in the right way which is very important and is the basis for further play.
How important is board coverage against this competition (100bb deep) where opponents overplay their hands and don't think in terms of ranges?
Thank you very much for this thread (christmas present)!