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Return of the G: Episode Six

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Return of the G: Episode Six by DJ Sensei

DJ Sensei continues with the PLO hand reviews.

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DJ Sensei makes his post-blackfriday return to the virtual felt, taking on all comers at small-stakes PLO. In this series he'll analyze a variety of situations against a range of typical opponents, teaching you how to squeeze extra chips out of any villain.

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  • Game: plo
  • Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
  • 65 minutes long
  • Posted about 2 years ago

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FlamingMoe86

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very solid episode overall, good explanations of your thought process and interesting topics!

would be cool if u can check out Ep 3, I posted a couple of questions there

Posted about 2 years ago

Manchild

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Would you be continuing with this turn plan / turn raise if you didn't pick up the BD NFD?

Posted about 2 years ago

DJ Sensei

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Would you be continuing with this turn plan / turn raise if you didn't pick up the BD NFD?



I'd like to have some sort of improvement, because I don't want to get called by draws that are actually way ahead of me. But it still works well enough on most cards that don't change the nuts because we very clearly rep the nuts and charge him the max price for it.

Posted about 2 years ago

StraitBizness

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I'd like to have some sort of improvement, because I don't want to get called by draws that are actually way ahead of me. But it still works well enough on most cards that don't change the nuts because we very clearly rep the nuts and charge him the max price for it.



If you were calculating this in a FE calculation, you would use $91 and not $72 correct? Because isn't that essentially what we are risking?

Could you help me out a bit please tell me what you think villain's calling range is here? I plugged in a range that came out to 30% equity for us.

So if we do the calc with 30% equity and $91, I calc'ed this needs to work about 61% of the time as a BEP? How often do you think villain will fold in the first example BVB?

Posted about 2 years ago

DJ Sensei

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If you were calculating this in a FE calculation, you would use $91 and not $72 correct? Because isn't that essentially what we are risking?



Yup, that's right.

Could you help me out a bit please tell me what you think villain's calling range is here? I plugged in a range that came out to 30% equity for us.



He'll need either a made straight or a combo draw strong enough to stack off against a probable made straight. Unfortunately it is pretty tough to turn that into a range that you can easily plug into PPT...

So if we do the calc with 30% equity and $91, I calc'ed this needs to work about 61% of the time as a BEP? How often do you think villain will fold in the first example BVB?



Well I expect him to fold at least that much, in a vacuum. The most important read I could have going in would be a betsizing tell, since he has pot-pot-pot so far, but this is one of the situations where pot-pot-pot doesn't necessarily tell us a whole lot.

Posted about 2 years ago




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