There are 1755 strategically different flops. Piosolver guys came up with different set of subsets, but I couldn't find anywhere which flops each subset represents. I know I can estimate on my own, but having the exact list is much better. I'll appreciate any help with that.
Thx a lot
April 2, 2020 | 5:34 p.m.
I ran the following script:
BTN opens and gets 3bet by the SB to and calls.
SB range: 55+, A2s+, K9s+, Q9s+, J9s+, T9s, 98s, 87s, 76s, 65s, ATo+, KJo+
BTN range: 100% - 55-TT, A9s-AQs, KTs+, QTs+, J9s+, T8s+, 87s, 76s, 65s| 50% - 22-44, A2s-A8s, K7s-K9s, Q9s, 86s, 75s, 64s, 54s, AJo, KQo
Pot is 235 the rake is 4% capped at 24 chips (not sure why it's relevant).
The whole tree is attached
And here is the report for some high EV flops
So we see that even when OOP has the highest EV (157.093), he is betting only 95.1%, but he is betting 98.52% with far less EV in the pot (146.848 on K44r). So now I know that even if higher EV means High frequency betting than lower EV, when EVs are close there are other factors that determine the accurate betting and checking frequencies.
Can anyone point to the right direction here - I am a bit lost.
Thanks in advance
April 28, 2019 | 2:28 p.m.
hey, to continue the discussion about note taking and putting them into palaces... do you think it'll be good to just have an image per note? let's say "bets too thin for value on the river" is a man in the kitchen trying to fit a large tuna fish into the oven, but it won't fit because it's too thin. and then take that image and just tape the image of each villian we see and imagine him as that guy. and have these kind of images for our most commonly used notes ?
Nov. 29, 2018 | 11 p.m.
Hello. So I play mostly online 6max and HU NL 100bb deep, and use Pio for checking my plays.
When it comes to live poker it gets a bit confusing.
1) Assuming 3x opens, what ranges do we use in a vacuum. Do we have a limping strategy (the 5-10 games are without rake, the rake in the lower games is 5% capped at 10 GBP)
2) The regulars use "strange" sizings, 3bet to 12bb ip - how we defend against that? 4bet 3x the 3bet, how we defend against that? Playing so deep, is it still better to use AJo KQo type hands as 4bet bluffs? Can we still 4bet AK and QQ, when we have to fold them to a 5 bet?
Played 11 sessions pretty good but I felt the live regulars play much looser preflop.
Any good material to watch or read?
April 10, 2018 | 12:21 a.m.
hey elusive , love your videos but i have a real small thing to ask , my adhd kills me when the name of the table #4 in the left bottom corner and you call it table #3 hehe if you could arrange it please , thanks.
Jan. 31, 2018 | 1:29 p.m.
The hand at the end of the video when villain overbets the pot on Qd8s5dQhQc and we hold A8s, what do u think his range made of? does he have 2 bet-sizings there, so he reps a Qx only OTR, or he overbets his entire value range + bluffs and folds to a raise 1-a.
Sept. 30, 2016 | 2:58 p.m.
34:41 I would like to see some Pio or Crev analysis on that hand. What kind of bluffs do we have there? What worse hands that checked river going to call us. My thinking was that 1-a has nothing to do with that hand. It's a pure exploit. I think it would be tough to fold a hand like 66 there [or a somewhat rare 22] because villain is overbluffing. I might be wrong though :)
Sept. 9, 2016 | 2:23 p.m.
24:57 87cc leading the river after c/c turn on KK86A board, u said that the sizing u pick reps hands like AQ AJ, and that villain is capped to Ax hands after not betting the flop, so I guess we always bet-call our Ax hands there, is that correct? Do we have better hands there?
Sept. 4, 2016 | 3:20 p.m.
As I see it, I think stickman is cheating with his sizings... :)
Sept. 4, 2016 | 12:51 a.m.
5 card high
Aug. 26, 2016 | 9:05 a.m.
6max NL 100bb deep
UTG opens, we 3bet from HJ, UTG calls. Flop K72r, UTG checks, we c-bet range 1/3 pot or 1/2 pot. I see many regs c-betting here 1/3 pot when PioSolver suggests that 1/2 pot is better. What is the reason for that. What kind of ranges they use to make 1/3 pot better than 1/2 pot.