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LIME AID PLO: Episode One

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LIME AID PLO: Episode One by whitelime

Whitelime begins by talking through his play at 2 tables of $2/4 PLO.

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More than a year after his training with Phil Galfond, Emil has mastered Pot Limit Omaha. He imparts what he has learned to the members of DeucesCracked.com

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  • Game: plo
  • Stakes: Mid Stakes
  • 51 minutes long
  • Posted over 4 years ago

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black666

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skoldpadda

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There are a few spots where it's 4 handed post-flop and you basically cbet with no strong hand or draw, twice from 2nd to act in the hand. Why not just give up in these spots?

Posted over 4 years ago

du_repi_unda

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I watch videos on blue fire, card runners, stox, dc...and I have to say, this is easily one of the best PLO vids I've ever seen. This is easily on par with or better than the sort of content Phil Galfond or Lefty2506 is putting out.


You must be joking, this is by far one of the worst videos to date. Couldn´t get my 2 cents worth out of this sh,,,

Posted over 4 years ago

n0whereman

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You must be joking, this is by far one of the worst videos to date. Couldn´t get my 2 cents worth out of this sh,,,


could you try to at least be a little constructive? especially given the fact that the rest of the comments are all overwhelmingly positive (and say why they liked the vid), it would be good to hear exactly what you didn't like about the video. your comment without an explanation is just worthless hate.

Posted over 4 years ago

RajonRondo

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Time Link to 00:20:45

I am not a huge fan of the lead here on the flop. I mean what range are you repping? I think you very rarely show up with a set here and I doubt you are leading A4 here too often either. The only value hands you are likely to be leading is 64 (you probobly are not even leading a naked 64 given the stack sizes) and some combos with a nut flush draw.

I can see us getting called down fairly light in this spot (and hence putting us in a pretty terrible spot on the turn). If you had the lone Ace of Diamonds in your hand I would like it a lot more.

On the other hand, this flop is pretty terrible for the villains ranges, unless as you said, they have Aces or Kings with Diamonds. So I suppose there is some merit to it.

What turns are you leading after getting called by the small blind?

Posted over 4 years ago

Stone_Palace

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110410

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Whitelime I would like to see that graph of yours with SD-winnings and All in eV

Posted over 4 years ago

rvtsteve

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Time Link to 00:50:30

Here you talk a little about badugi hands particularly premium wraps like JT98 etc.

Then earlier you mention how strong big card hands are.

What about a hand like AKQJ badugi? Still a fold from most positions in most games? How about UTG in more passive SS games assuming 100bbs deep?


It specifically came up in this thread in the PLO forums if you want to chime in, although a general consensus seems to have been met.
http://www.deucescracked.com/forums/27-Pot-Limit-Omaha/topics/137951-Preflop-Debates#posts-1122111

great vid thanks!

oh and shout out to Rob and the video player crew. I finally started to utilize the note taking feature, so awesome.

Posted over 4 years ago

du_repi_unda

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could you try to at least be a little constructive? especially given the fact that the rest of the comments are all overwhelmingly positive (and say why they liked the vid), it would be good to hear exactly what you didn't like about the video. your comment without an explanation is just worthless hate.



Yep, I'm really sorry for the tone. Anyway I've watched every single PLo Video on DC and for a fact I don't hate Whitelime, but I've watched both episodes and I've just gave up on renewing my DC subscription. This video is just a filler there ain't a single interesting spot in the whole video, i've seen the other comments too from people who intend to play PLo some day for fun. Delcrosb might be cheering bc he's OS.

Bye guys.

Posted over 4 years ago

Teahupoo

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Time Link to 00:26:35

The KK25 hand and deciding to lead the 4-handed pot UTG (963r board). You say it's semi-uncoordinated but it smacks a ton of straight draws. Is this standard? I find it hard to believe this is a profitable play.

Posted over 4 years ago

Easy Squeezy

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Time Link to 00:37:11

Are we ever bluffing this turn card? And would the answer change if we weren't up against a NIT?

Posted about 4 years ago

PhishHeadPoker

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Time Link to 00:19:51

When you say that opening full pot is the best way in 2/4, are you talking about only deep stack games, or does this hold true across the 50bb and 100bb buyin, and CAP PLO games as well? It doesn't seem like most people in the 50bb and 100bb buyin 2-4PLO games are opening full pot for the most part.

Posted over 3 years ago

hauki

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I wouldnt fold that 8765. If you put ranges to propokertools or something you have ok equity in 3way allin also. If the other guy 3bets only aces and utg raises like 15% there you got 1/3 odds. If they are tighter its better. Againts 10% 3bet and 15% openraise you got 32%. If you overcall this the utg doesn´t chip it in unless he has aces. I would say utg raiser more likely to have bigger connected cards and your smallish queue plays well againts those ranges. Moreover, its deepstacked and you got position. So, I wonder what is behind this fold?

Posted over 3 years ago




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