We double the tables (to 4) as Adam and DJ Sensei review a $1/2 PLO session that Adam recently played.
DJ Sensei presents a new series with a focus on shifting gears in 6max PLO (and perhaps even a little HUHU).
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just s small question...
bottom left : do you think a c/r here is good? his range should be very wide and we have some little equity.
Actually I'm not a big fan of c/r on that flop. My main concerns are:
1) We don't know anything specific about his calling range. It could be flush draws, straight draws, made hands, etc. This makes later-street play/barreling decisions more difficult for us.
2) We aren't drawing to the nuts except via backdoor straights. If we get called and make a hand, we just have a bluffcatcher and may well have some reverse implied odds against us.
3) Many of the turn cards that help us just give us backdoor draws, so we'll often wind up putting more money in behind on the turn. Do not want.
So basically, I think the upside of checkraising is small (we win the little pot right now) and the downside is large (we wind up spewing more money in after it and lose a big pot). For this to work out positively, we need to realize the upside much more often than the downside, and I don't think thats the case here.