So... does it look like a GTO-suboptimal 100 percent c bet on 246ss is quite reasonable against players with a low check raise range, like some of the low limit casino players?
Those players do not raise nearly enough and sometimes even fold too often, while not playing so well on later streets.
Aug. 25, 2019 | 7:54 p.m.
So in general, to see if I understand this, on the river:
The out of position player is less likely to bluff a missed flush draw because he is blocking some of his opponents missed flush draw range which would probably fold to a bet.
The in position player is more likely to call a bet if he has suite(s) of the two flush on the board (especially if they are on the flop) because his opponent is more likely to bluff if he holds none of those suites.
Am I getting the jist of this concept?
Aug. 23, 2019 | 8:31 p.m.
More hand analysis videos utilizing Pio would be swell.
Here is a mystery YouTube fellow doing this in very fine style with especially noteworthy hands on his channel, Finding Equilibrium.