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1 points

On the flop you say you don't have 55, 88 in your range, why don't you? Do you fold them pre to the 3bet?

July 19, 2017 | 8:05 a.m.

Is the cbetting frequency really irrelevant? If we know the opponent's frequencies, then the opponent is no longer an unknown and we can deviate from our "standard game". 1-a only takes pot odds into consideration. If we happen to know frequencies and ranges, defending 1-a against a value weighed range is suicide. I know you rarely run into opponents like that HU, but I figured I would mention it for FR and 6max players.

Dec. 23, 2014 | 6:16 p.m.

Sorry for the wrong post type, the hand history converter would not accept my hand.

I only have 196 hands on the BB and these are the stats. I know they are of little use at this point.
VPIP: 15.87
PFR: 12.17
3Bet PF: 4.35
Fold to PF 3Bet: 66.67
4Bet PF: 0
Fold to PF 4Bet: 0
Aggression Factor: 2.15
Aggression Freq: 52.83
WTSD %: 24.14
Won $ at SD %: 42.86
CBet Flop: 91
CBet Turn: 50

I don't have any specific reads really. He doesn't seem too aggressive pre, but not many are at this level.
I have one auto note from NoteTracker:
[P] Called 3Bets out of position with {QQ} (1)

He probably views me as a little too aggressive with a pinch of spew sprinkled on top. I'm interested in any feedback, but my main question, is this a super standard river shove?

I'll apologize ahead of time, I know the hand is not that interesting. Thanks!

Winning Poker Network - $0.05 NL (6 max) - Holdem - 4 players
Hand converted by PokerTracker 4:

CO: 25.6 BB
BTN: 103.6 BB
Hero (SB): 115.4 BB
BB: 133.2 BB

Hero posts SB 0.4 BB, BB posts BB 1 BB

Pre Flop: (pot: 1.4 BB) Hero has Ac As
fold, fold, Hero raises to 3 BB, BB raises to 7 BB, Hero raises to 15 BB, BB calls 8 BB

Flop : (30 BB, 2 players) 7c 9h 4h
Hero bets 15 BB, BB calls 15 BB

Turn : (60 BB, 2 players) Ah
Hero bets 20 BB, BB calls 20 BB

River : (100 BB, 2 players) Js

Dec. 14, 2014 | 10:56 p.m.

I apologize for bumping an old thread.

I have a feeling that some people are having trouble because they don't understand what an equilibrium is. I'll leave it up to the individual to look it up, but here is a sample definition from

"A condition in which all acting influences are canceled by others, resulting in a stable, balanced, or unchanging system."

A Nash Equilibrium is not a strategy. It is a state or condition in the game where both or all players can no longer improve by changing or adjusting their strategy.

If we could calculate one of these strategies and both players in a HU mach could actually employ this strategy a Nash Equilibrium state would arise. If we knew a strategy, humans would have a very hard time playing it. Even if you figured it out and could play it, your opponents would most likely not be using it, so again...the equilibrium would never be reached. Because your opponents will be deviating from the equilibrium strategy, you would most likely want to deviate as well at times, to exploit your opponent to the maximum.

Studying game theory is best thought of as a framework to better your understanding optimal or perfect play.

July 27, 2013 | 8:21 a.m.

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