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NL200SH: TP2K facing CR turn against tough opponent

Improva: Sorry, I didn't see your calcs before now. One point though, to test the exact strategies from the model in fine detail, the bet sizing needs to be the same. It's the m...

NL200SH: TP2K facing CR turn against tough opponent

I don't think we're on the same page, but oh well, nevermind.

NL200SH: TP2K facing CR turn against tough opponent

Not in the context of the model. This sounds corny, but what we want to test is this: How good is the Janda model, as it is?

In the model, both players follow an "algorithm" ...

NL200SH: TP2K facing CR turn against tough opponent

Yeah, it's easy. I'll start the thread in a day or two, give some background info and describe the model. Then you can attack the CO defense strategy in whichever way you please, and we'll see h...

NL200SH: TP2K facing CR turn against tough opponent

Ehm, GTO is only about exact math.

Yup, talking about applying GTO in an approximate fashion. ;-)

I got an idea...

NL200SH: TP2K facing CR turn against tough opponent

And by playing tighter, you are (probably) moving your strategy/range closer to GTO, even if you don't know or care what GTO for the situation is. You and I and everybody else have defaults that...

NL200SH: TP2K facing CR turn against tough opponent

There's no such thing as balanced 4bet/fold strategy. 4 betting bluffing is either +EV in which case we should do it or its not in which case we should never do.

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NL200SH: TP2K facing CR turn against tough opponent

Yup, defining "3-bet value hands" as those with 50+% equity when getting all-in is a simplification for sure. Any hand we 3-bet/5-bet also gains EV from getting folds along the way, so it gets b...

NL200SH: TP2K facing CR turn against tough opponent

Here are a couple of weaknesses in the model:

1) We assume the raiser never flats OOP

This is not a necessary choice, but a reasonable one. However, against a player who do...