Danzasmack is sitting at a very loose aggressive Limit O8 game and he's trying to survive. He discusses the flow of the game and how you can capitolize on this type of play.
Chuck jumps into his first series on Limit Omaha 8. Of course, he'd play that hand if you made the Jack a 4!
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Nice video. I've seen more people like stevesbets (who is a very high stakes player) in higher limits, i.e. very lag preflop but very reasonable postflop (but very showdown bound) so I'm wondering if a very laggy preflop style can be correct in O8.
After all, for example trash like Ks5s6s7s has 43,2% equity against A2**, or four ways 789T against A2** Ah3h** and KKQJ is nearly 22% equity. So you are very very rarely a big underdog preflop. If you add some dead money from the blinds and you are very very good postflop or you know your opponent very well maybe you can play a lot of hands profitably.
Raist you bring up a great point. I think with this particular villain it's not even worth mentioning as cold capping the Q873 is just bad and always will be, but it doesn't rule out the strategy entirely.
I just think postflop scenarios in O8 are very different. I would have to look at some fold frequencies on specific board textures, sounds like a good idea for the last video!
That would be very interesting.
Another interesting topic is some commentary in which type of boards you are continuation betting the flop with nothing in position... and then second barrel the turn if called... and then three barrel the river if called. I think I'm checking behind turn a little too much these last weeks.
It would be interesting too the same discussion when you are OOP, for example in the SB against the BB.