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Bone Doggin' It: Episode Five

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Bone Doggin' It: Episode Five by danzasmack, DJ Sensei

Danzasmack and DJ Sensei hookup for another review session where DJ attempts to get Chuck to think deeper logic behind heads up opponents.

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Danzasmack wanders off on a HU PLO journey, but will he return with the gold? Time will tell. Fortunately, he has DJ Sensei around to guide him.

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  • Game: plo
  • Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
  • 56 minutes long
  • Posted over 2 years ago

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mrkool44

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love the ghetto commentary...fo sho.... NOT

Posted over 2 years ago

JonasB

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Time Link to 00:12:06

Thanks for the video,
Why is it a difference when the Ace is on the board here?
Does players often call with an ace when the board is paired or whats the reason for that?

Posted over 2 years ago

CDA

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perfectibilists

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Time Link to 00:14:01

why would you check the turn.Hes folding a lot of better hands on the turn if you bet again? Also since your bluffing here on the turn what is a good sizing to bet? If he does pick up some flush draws here don't you want to try price him out and go for a bigger bet? Or is this board still more on the dry side a smaller bet can take it down like 2/3? If he calls turn we are shutting down?

Posted 8 months ago

perfectibilists

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Time Link to 00:17:47

I am still trying to donk more I am used to texas holdem where donking is just not something i do much. I been playing and just check raising dry boards and I am getting a lot of folds but maybe I need to donk more if they are folding to it. I am risking less by donking if they do fold. I just always been told donking is a weak play but I guess in plo its pretty effective.

Posted 8 months ago

perfectibilists

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Time Link to 00:19:30

so say we bet turn and he raises the turn are we folding here cause the board is paired? We do still have straight draw outs against 3 and if hes raising turn with nut flush we are still ahead. But I am guessing are equity is to low agianst hands that are beating us?

Posted 8 months ago

DJ Sensei

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why would you check the turn.Hes folding a lot of better hands on the turn if you bet again? Also since your bluffing here on the turn what is a good sizing to bet? If he does pick up some flush draws here don't you want to try price him out and go for a bigger bet? Or is this board still more on the dry side a smaller bet can take it down like 2/3? If he calls turn we are shutting down?



I'd probably bet pretty big on the turn if I were to barrel, because I wouldn't want to fire a third one.

Against someone who is a decent hand reader, I kind of like checking the flop here to rep an overpair playing pot control. A delayed cbet should work pretty well and if we're going to fire two barrels I'd have more confidence in turn+river rather than flop+turn.

Posted 8 months ago

DJ Sensei

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I am still trying to donk more I am used to texas holdem where donking is just not something i do much. I been playing and just check raising dry boards and I am getting a lot of folds but maybe I need to donk more if they are folding to it. I am risking less by donking if they do fold. I just always been told donking is a weak play but I guess in plo its pretty effective.



Donking can certainly be effective, but you have to have a pretty good plan when you do it because many players default to floating them. I'm pretty sure I covered the subject in more detail but I can't remember exactly where. Probably somewhere in "dr. dj's plo practice".

Posted 8 months ago

DJ Sensei

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so say we bet turn and he raises the turn are we folding here cause the board is paired? We do still have straight draw outs against 3 and if hes raising turn with nut flush we are still ahead. But I am guessing are equity is to low agianst hands that are beating us?



High risk low reward. Probably a fold.

Posted 8 months ago




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