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neurotic89ParticipantJune 19, 2019 at 10:47 amPost count: 29
it is? Looks normal to me, idk. I post you a screenshot, maybe that helps?neurotic89ParticipantJune 19, 2019 at 10:42 amPost count: 29
Hey mariano5, thanks for the response. I will look into GTO trainer, although it is really starting to be alot of money for studying and tools (tmc, bountybeast, pio, icmizer, table optimizer) and I was also thinking about RYE ranger… I will also ask in discord next time. But thank you.neurotic89ParticipantJune 6, 2019 at 6:38 pmPost count: 29
Hey carl91, that was a fantastic response, thank you very much. I will do that!neurotic89ParticipantJanuary 26, 2019 at 5:05 pmPost count: 29neurotic89ParticipantNovember 26, 2018 at 3:52 pmPost count: 29
I have a question about the Turn here. You said Turn is a clear value bet, but then you say River is pretty tough card with A. Maybe I am wrong here but if we think Turn is a clear value bet, what are good River cards for 3 streets of value, it seems he will always end up with a strong range that will make 3 streets of value difficult. Like the A does not change that much and I can’t think of many better River cards?
So my view, without looking at this in any analysing tool, is that Turn is maybe not a clear value bet and a b/x/b or b/xc/xc line could be better here since it keeps his range wider or gives him more opportunity to bluff with his draws IP. If we really plan for b/b/b maybe a smaller Turn bet could be an option, like under half pot.
I would probably classify AQ type hand here as 2 streets of value vs good opponent? But maybe that is too nitty?neurotic89ParticipantNovember 15, 2018 at 8:14 amPost count: 29
Thanks for the response. I would agree with you but the RYE Ranges say otherwise.
There are also spots in the Flatting & 3Betting – 30bb Ranges, for example SB vs CO where the Ranges say we should flat 22-66 when in SB. Same problem basically. So it seems we do setmining when less than 40bb deep according to those ranges.neurotic89ParticipantNovember 14, 2018 at 5:51 amPost count: 29
But only if you are the Preflop Aggressor and we are just defending here.neurotic89ParticipantNovember 12, 2018 at 9:23 pmPost count: 29
Thanks for your response, it has been very helpful.
Just to clarify: “With decent show-down against his range I’d prefer using this combo as a delayed c-bet.” You mean you wanna bet the Turn if it goes X/X on Flop and he checks again on Turn (he is the PFA)?neurotic89ParticipantNovember 5, 2018 at 6:09 pmPost count: 29
sorry for the late reply, I forgot to thank you for the detailed explanation, it was very helpful.
Maybe one more question: Do you treat Re-Entry tournaments ( for example Sunday tournaments on Stars like Hotter or Bigger) that allow x-amount of Re-Entrys during late registration, as Re-Buy tournaments without Addon, or is a Re-Entry in concept just like registering late in a tournament. I think it is closer to Re-Buy without Addon since we contributed to the Prizepool with our previous entry?
Thank you.neurotic89ParticipantNovember 5, 2018 at 11:11 amPost count: 29
thx for the helpful response. Yeah I was trying out some spots with ICMIZER, too bad it has a limit of 100 players left I think for Non-FT ICM simulation.
From my understanding 3x raise is best option from BU as default, even when we are shorter (There are multiple videos and articles on this issue). But you are right that vs tight BB who doesn’t defend enough we can raise smaller as an exploit, missed that on the table, but don’t think it’s a mistake.neurotic89ParticipantNovember 1, 2018 at 5:35 pmPost count: 29
Hi, thx for the reply.
I use Equilab regulary but I don’t understand your response. We can not use the direct pot odds because we are calling for a split and have to modify them, at least from what I know/read. The other numbers I have are from Equilab, but I did not use the “equity” since it seems useless in this situation, but I looked at the total % of the time we split vs the % of the time he wins (as I said in my original post “vs his range we have only 41.67% equity but he only wins 16.67% of the time, we split 83.34% of the time”).