OMGClayDol goes deep in some tournaments and takes us along for the ride as he plays 4-tables at the $8, $15, and $30 buy-in levels.
OMGClayDol teaches you how to beat the 180-man turbos on PokerStars. Topics include, but are not limited to: Multi-tabling, "Peak" times, Attainable ROIs, estimated hourly, differences between buy-in levels, Using software (HEM, Sharkscope/OPR etc), Bankroll Management, variance, etc.
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No it's definitely not a good reg who thinks I'm wide. I'm wide but A5o is still a beyond-snap fold given how many BBs effective stacks are and also the fact that I'm shoving pretty early (in which case range is wide, but not that wide...) A5o has TERRIBLE equity vs my range there and he is calling off like 15 or something (sorry I would calculate exact, but my internet where I am right now is terrible so I can't load the video properly haha).
first of all, thanks for this vids OMGClayDol, you did cover a lot of the leaks/borderline actions that i had, if someday i think to get a coach, i will talk 2 for sure.
here i have a doubt, imagine that the CO raise to 2.5x or u know he is a reg, which range do u would use to re-jam?
Hey thanks for the comments, appreciate that. If CO raises to 2.5 and I know he is a reg, it depends a lot on the specific reg! Some regs will open really wide, some will open really tight. Same with their calling ranges. As a result we have to adjust our range based on our opponent.
Hey, pre-ante 13BB effective with several players it won't be profitable to jam A9o (pretty sure I saw the right hand, top left right)? You can wiz it if you have it, I think even with 10BB it would be pretty close since A9o plays really bad vs. calling ranges. JTs is much better even if A9o is a better hand in terms of all in equity pre-flop vs. JTs. Pokerstove is free and you can test what equity hands have vs typical calling ranges such as 66 ATs AJo 77 AJo AJs, etc and you will see what hands are better to jam than others, e.g. JTs > A9o etc.. A9o has one small advantage, it has an ace, meaning it is slightly less likely any opponents behind will call since it means its less likely they have hands in their calling range with an ace, e.g. AA AK AQ AJ etc
I looked at the hand in icmizer and it was +40 chips. Its hard for me to say what these guys are calling because I have not played many 180s, but I have lots of mttsng experience. One of the villians is very short and two of them maybe call us with worse hands.