# Poker Video: No Limit Hold'Em by shuttle (Micro/Small Stakes)

## Running the Streets: Episode Six

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### Running the Streets: Episode Six by shuttle, olliepa

Olliepa and Shuttle turn the corner in the series to go from theory to pratical hand situations, this week pertains to 3 bet pots.

Have you ever found yourself in a spot where you know your opponent's range, but you still don't know the best play? If so, then this series is for you! We will show you how to determine the optimal lines in tough situations AFTER you have already assigned your opponent's range.

### Video Details

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

## Comments for Running the Streets: Episode Six

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#### shaggy

193 posts
Joined 10/2009

Good stuff guys.
I think more real world examples would be helpful. Also, when using a hand example, like the A3 hand, be sure to come to a conclusion. I got the idea that the A3 was not good to shove but I don't think you actually said that. You jumped to the 100bb example which I think was a +EV shove but once again I don't think that conclusion was expressed. You could also say xx hand is a fold but if we had xx, which has xx% equity, we could shove here.

#### olliepa

89 posts
Joined 03/2009

Thanks for that, shaggy. We'll take that into consideration in future eps.

#### gipperPK

7 posts
Joined 09/2007

Can you post that program to calculate all in shove EV?

#### shuttle

3333 posts
Joined 11/2008

Can you post that program to calculate all in shove EV?

It's just a small c++ program that essentially builds a graph from the EV equation. It's not packaged at all, so it's hard to distribute, send me a PM if you want more details.

#### MerlinThePlayer

1 posts
Joined 11/2010

I know it is couple of months late, but I just started watching the series now. :-) BTW good stuff so far.

I have problem with the Table and Graph in 44 minute. I calculated this values in spreadsheet and I got the same results for SPR=3 (for situation with 50% cbet) however my results are slightly different for SPR=2.

When I look just in first row (0 pot equity)for SPR=3, 75 % calculated as 3/4=75% looks OK but for SPR=2 the value should be 2/3=67%. Am I missing something here?

Thanks

#### dc_01

41 posts
Joined 08/2008

I know it is couple of months late, but I just started watching the series now. :-) BTW good stuff so far.

I have problem with the Table and Graph in 44 minute. I calculated this values in spreadsheet and I got the same results for SPR=3 (for situation with 50% cbet) however my results are slightly different for SPR=2.

When I look just in first row (0 pot equity)for SPR=3, 75 % calculated as 3/4=75% looks OK but for SPR=2 the value should be 2/3=67%. Am I missing something here?

Thanks

I got the same results as you and that should be logical. If I shove 60\$ to win 30\$ (SPR = 2) with no equity I need him to fold 2/3rd of the time.

#### Monsternut

63 posts
Joined 07/2008

I guess the flop shoving range at min. 0.32 calculated in stove is wrong because you didn't count for blockers. I just have 5.8% for the flop calling shove range

#### shuttle

3333 posts
Joined 11/2008

I guess the flop shoving range at min. 0.32 calculated in stove is wrong because you didn't count for blockers. I just have 5.8% for the flop calling shove range

I haven't really looked into it but this could have been a mistake, it should be able to be verified via counting the combos.

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