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Comment | peibol_allin commented on How to Study HUNL

So what you have to put are the sims, I do not know what the solution is, the reports (pio yes)? By the way I like it a lot as you explain and you see yourself at a very powerful level

March 18, 2019 | 6:48 p.m.

Comment | peibol_allin commented on How to Study HUNL

Nuno, how do you create the solutions? Can you buy them?

March 18, 2019 | 2:38 p.m.

Post | peibol_allin posted in NLHE: preflop charts

Hi guys, do you know any place where I can find or buy preflop charts resolved with Snowie or Pio? (200-1k rake). Thanks.

Jan. 22, 2019 | 4:10 p.m.

Post | peibol_allin posted in NLHE: Preflop tables
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Jan. 22, 2019 | 4:06 p.m.

Demondoink you forgot the JQo combos with a heart. That adds 6 extra combos to flying smile bluffing range. If so his call with Kx9h is probably better than with a hand lile KxQh or KxJh.

Jan. 19, 2019 | 10:04 a.m.

Oleeeee, sutiplay juegas .eu? XD

Oct. 19, 2018 | 1:36 p.m.

34:00: Fold 74s to oborras's 3bet?!

Sept. 25, 2017 | 10:21 a.m.

11:01 Which hands are you going to check 3 streets oop with to balance your check/calling range with AK, AQ maybe AJ (bluffcatchers)...I mean, how do you balance your range there? Do you check strong hands like KK+?

12:44 Which hands are you going to bluff turn with? Most of your 9X hands that you defend
preflop are going to have better showdown value than Q6s so dont you think most of your
QX are going to be good bluffs? I like your idea of delaying this combo if the delay
cbetting strategy of your oponnent is not very aggresive, (because you cannot call a bet with these hand, maybe check/raise)

24:59 Why do you cbet so big? Can you explain a bit your thinking process behind this sizing?
On the turn I prefer to bluff hands like JQ, QX or maybe JX because are blocking the
top range of the opponent, it doesnt have too much sense for me bluffing with a hand like AT,
yes you block some 5X but there are not a big part of his range, I think it is better
to focus on blocking top pair hands which are the most, what do you think about it?
As played I like your river bluff ^^

47:00 Do you have 2 sizings on the turn? Do you have a checking range? Do you bet all your range with this sizing?

Last hand of the video, you fold J2o BB vs SB x2, you need 25% of success and you are IP vs
a wide range, with such good odds dont you think it is a nitty fold?

Thank you very much and nice video

March 10, 2017 | 2:52 p.m.

Did you understand how to calculate it?

March 9, 2017 | 11:39 p.m.

On the other hand I would like to see in next videos how do you work/study with Pio, how do u combine it with excel and get those kind of conclusions! See u!

Dec. 20, 2016 | midnight

Very good video! Of the best theory videos I've seen here! There is one thing that I am not very clear and it is the difference between nut advantage and equity advantage, if we have the nuts in our range normally we will have more equity than our rival will not? Could you give me some examples of cases where the rival despite being capped has more equity than we?

Dec. 19, 2016 | 11:34 p.m.

Hi Kevin, nive video first of all!
Why is a less effective strategy to put on more cbets when getting deep in 3bet pots? If villain is calling more 3bets is going to fold more postflop, so the EV of cbetting more increase, am I right?

Nov. 21, 2016 | 3:11 p.m.

Spain! Living in Coimbra, Portugal (Erasmus scholarship) right now!

June 5, 2016 | 11:06 p.m.

Comment | peibol_allin commented on Time Management

Yeah nice vid!

June 1, 2016 | 5:24 p.m.

Nice video!

June 1, 2016 | 5:09 a.m.

Hand History | peibol_allin posted in NLHE: What do you think about his c/s?
Blinds: $2.50/$5.00 (6 Players) SB: $502.50
BB: $500.00
UTG: $577.50
MP: $687.80
CO: $534.53
BN: $1051.82 (Hero)
Preflop ($7.50) Hero is BN with K Q
3 folds, Hero raises to $11.15, SB folds, BB raises to $47.50, Hero calls $36.35
Flop ($97.50) 7 6 9
BB checks, Hero bets $31.18, BB raises to $452.50 and is all in, Hero calls $421.32
Final Pot BN lost and shows high card Ace|three of a kind, Sevens.
BB wins and shows a pair of Queens|a full house, Sevens full of Queens.
BB wins $999.50
Rake is $3.00

May 22, 2016 | 7:58 p.m.

Nive video Kevin, i like a lot the way you explain.
05:00: The hand you check raise 9d7x in k8X. You said that you are going to have a narrow betting range and that not having a diamond is pretty important for our bluffing range. But if you only check raise 57 or 79 with a diamond, how are you going to get to the river in a similar spot without one? What hands do you want to bluff there? Do you prefer staying balance in that spot or just to play exploitable and only bet for value? I suppose most of the players are not going to fold (explotative) this river because reduce your sets and doble pair combos.

May 9, 2016 | 11:44 a.m.

25% odds with a fish in the hand, i think it is a pretty standar call but who knows XD...

Feb. 22, 2016 | 11:28 p.m.

why?

Feb. 22, 2016 | 4:51 p.m.

Thanks for the answer!
How do u calculate it?

Feb. 22, 2016 | 8:50 a.m.

Thank you for the answer, some points:
- I think my call preflop is more or less standar, the caller is a fish or a semifish, i have odds of 25% and my hand i think that plays well post.
- I like to fold turn with this combo as you said, im going to have better combos to xr as well with more equity than 64s like 9Xs or 8XS or something like that, if i end up xr all my fd that havent got good equity to call i think im going to be bluff heavy on the turn (im not sure how to calculate it, it depends of my value range and sizing but i dont know how to calculate it, if i have 4 example 20 combos of value how can i see how many combos of bluff should i have to have a balance range? can someone make an example of this?)

Feb. 22, 2016 | 8:49 a.m.

Hand History | peibol_allin posted in NLHE: Turn play in mw pot
Blinds: $1.00/$2.00 (6 Players) CO: $200.00
BN: $200.00
SB: $210.64
BB: $200.00 (Hero)
UTG: $207.74
MP: $169.16
Preflop ($3.00) Hero is BB with 6 4
UTG raises to $8.00, MP calls $8.00, 3 folds, Hero calls $6.00
The open raiser is a loose/aggro reg and the caller is a fish, i complete in BB.
Flop ($25.00) T 7 J
Hero checks, UTG bets $16.59, MP folds, Hero calls $16.59
Turn ($58.18) T 7 J 2
Hero checks, UTG bets $34.00, Hero raises to $77.00, UTG calls $43.00
River ($212.18) T 7 J 2 8
Hero bets $98.41 and is all in, UTG folds
Final Pot BB wins $209.43
Rake is $2.75

Feb. 21, 2016 | 10:55 p.m.

Oh yes, i missread the hand :-S

Oct. 12, 2015 | 3:29 p.m.

I think that this is because with 44 you are not blocking hands like 7X or TX that villiains are not going to bet triying to showdown them as cheap as possible, with TT or 77 you can x/r more often because this hands reduces the showdown combos that villiains are going to have so it increments the chances of seeing some bluffs ;-).

Oct. 12, 2015 | 3:27 p.m.

Hi!
Min 07:30: Do u usually fold AJo in SB against a CO open raise?! I have it in my pasive defending range by estandar, i think it is a tight fold, what do you think?! Thanks!

Oct. 12, 2015 | 12:26 a.m.

Oct. 3, 2015 | 12:02 p.m.

First of all sorry for asking questions about such an old post :-(, the post was this:

"I've struggled to see how our opponents bluffs preflop really "cost"
him anything since our opponents' expectations with his bluffs preflop
should be close to zero. "
That´s exactly the point, I really don´t know how to explain it in more detail. :)
@GTO: "There is no reason to believe that the "optimal" defense frequency
against 3-bets will make his "bluffs" breakeven just on preflop fold
equity alone" - you´re exactly right and it´s not what I meant, it´s obvious that our defense-frequency has to be higher than the calculated minimum defense treshold given by the odds Villain got on his 3-bet, because we allow him to see the flop when we call. Still, there has to be an optimal strategy, including a certain calling% (not "1-a") that makes his bluffs break-even pre, right?
OK, @OP, I´ll try to give a concrete example. Say you open to 3bb, I 3bet from the BB to 10bb, you call. When we ignore SB, I´m getting 4.5:9 on my bluff, which is 1:2. So, from the pure math point of view you had to defend 67% to make my bluff with 32o break-even. But (!!!) - I still have equity, so if you really folded 67% pre, I could 3bet my 32o and x/f everytime when I don´t flop at least a full house - and make immediate profit. If I´m more "risky", I could go down and continue with trips and two-pairs, but it´s up to me, it´s all cream on the cake, preflop I´m break-even. Agree so far?
OK, so let´s say you defend - maybe 36% (instead of 33%) which makes my bluff with 32o (let´s stick to that) break-even overall, so I don´t win money with that hand. That means, the rare times I flop "the nuts" (which is like 5%) are compensated by the fact that I lose some money preflop. Summarized I´m break-even. Cool. But now I cbet ANY SINGLE FLOP (I have no equity, so once you don´t fold, I´m done). I bet full pot - which means you have to call 50% to keep me from making profit, but you fold 55% instead (not a huge gap). Do you still think you can afford that?
Here´s the EV formula for preflop(!):
EV (3bet) = (0.64 * 4.5) + (0.36 * (0.55 * 11.5 + 0.45 * -29.5)
EV (3bet) = 2.88 + (0.36 * (6.33 -13.275))
EV (3bet) = 2.88 + (0.36 * -6.95)
EV (3bet) = 2.88 - 2.50
EV (3bet) = 0.33
Did you recognize btw. that I even ignored the 5% nut-chance for Hero? I calculated as if even my nuts are rubbish, once you don´t fold pre - and still I make profit, even though I´m losing money pre because you´re not folding enough.
If you argue now, that I won´t bluff any single flop - okay, I could change the formula and take into account that we´ll only bluff, say 50% and x/f the rest (still I´ll ignore our nut-chances!):
EV (3bet) = (0.64 * 4.5) + [0.5 * ( (0.7-9) + (0.5(0.55 * 11.5 + 0.45 * -29.5)))]
EV (3bet) = 0.01
Marginal, but still +EV. And still I ignored the 5% nuts. If I add the nuts to the formula (I won´t torture you with the entire formula, so I´ll just show the results), our EV will be +0.87bb when we bluff 100%, +0.53bb when we bluff 50% and 0.38bb when we only bluff 30%.

Do you believe me now? Or is there still doubt / sth. I didn´t cover or you meant differently?

I dont understand where do some numbers from the formula came from:
- First formula:
EV (3bet) = (0.64 * 4.5) + (0.36 * (0.55 * 11.5 + 0.45 * -29.5)
EV (3bet) = 2.88 + (0.36 * (6.33 -13.275))
EV (3bet) = 2.88 + (0.36 * -6.95)
EV (3bet) = 2.88 - 2.50
EV (3bet) = 0.33

Where does 11.5 and -29.5 came from? (11.5 is the pot we suppose to win when opponent folds the flop so i think it has to be 20 (10 of the 3bettor plus another 10 of the caller) and -29.5 i suppose that is the amount we are risking on the flop to win the pot (1P in this case)) Im a bit confuse with the numbers...

  • Second formula:
    EV (3bet) = (0.64 * 4.5) + [0.5 * ( (0.7-9) + (0.5(0.55 * 11.5 + 0.45 * -29.5)))]
    EV (3bet) = 0.01

I dont understand this: [0.5 * ( (0.7-9) + (0.5(0.55 * 11.5 + 0.45 * -29.5)))], can you explain a little bit to me please?

Thank you guys.

Oct. 3, 2015 | 8:52 a.m.

Hi Ben, greetings from Spain, amazing video as always! I dont understand very well when you say that K72s favours the 3bettor and 953s to the caller when with a semipolarized or polarized 3betting range the 3bettor is going to have more strong hands in both boards and good draw hands too (so is not going to be capped in different runouts)...Thank you!

Oct. 2, 2015 | 10:51 p.m.

Comment | peibol_allin commented on Theory doubt

Thank you Will, so u are saying that if our opponent have a balance range our worst bluffcatcher is going to have at least a 33% equity?

Oct. 1, 2015 | 4:36 p.m.

Comment | peibol_allin commented on Theory doubt

Thank you for the answer,i understand what you are talking about realization of equity but imagine the same question in the river, where equitys are polarized, what can we do if we have to defend hands with less than 33% equity in order to not being exploitable?

Oct. 1, 2015 | 4:01 p.m.

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