PLO Pre-flop Strategy

A Structural Analysis of the Small Blind Response

Every poker player experiences this at one time or other… maybe it’s happening to you at the moment: that one player who, no matter what you do, seems to keep beating you out of pots. It could be that they keep putting in one more bet than your hand is comfortable with, or that when you finally have it they seem to get away. Facing that player, your own nemesis, day after day, takes a toll on even the best players.

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By |2018-07-31T17:58:32+00:00July 20th, 2018|

Rangefinders: Which hands should you fold to a 3-bet?

– Heraclitus

New players to Omaha struggle at the tables because they have weak thought processes. Some weak thought processes are bad questions. And one of these bad questions is, “Which hands should I fold to a 3-bet?”

Experienced Omaha players, if they are feeling patient and kind (or being paid), will ask a series of clarifying questions to better ascertain the context of the situation:

“What position did you open from?”
“What position did your opponent 3-bet from?”
“What are the stack sizes?”
“What are your opponent’s tendencies?”

And so on. Clarifying questions, if carefully crafted, serve to parameterize the context of the situation to […]

By |2018-06-23T19:50:31+00:00June 21st, 2018|

Why Equity Share is Bullsh*t

In this post I’m sharing a video from the first module of my acclaimed Poker Math 2020 course. I explain why ‘Equity Share’ is a terrible model for making pre-flop decisions and outline a new framework to give you a better understanding of strategic choices Pot-Limit Omaha.

Press play below.

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By |2018-08-07T05:18:17+00:00March 22nd, 2017|
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