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July 19, 2016 at 2:23 pm #227486
I returned this world again for killing time.
I’ve played poker for 4 year( with some rest), tried many rules, NLE,SNG,MTT,PLO, all result was never success( total 2000$ profit..)
I gonna consume material indifferentlyJuly 27, 2016 at 8:07 pm #228748
now I’m getting used to CFP system, and I watched some materials.
Here is summary
Success student says in group coaching, knowing other student’s variance helps my understanding for variance.
Also, cutting loss is also important as winning big
Life plan is important, I made rough plan and waiting for feedback
How to filter
I finally noticed how to filter depends on opponent’s number and stack size, it took over 1 year lol OMG
Raise vs shove
I only used shove ( as ICMizer didn’t teach me when to raise, only shove), I’m looking forward to knowing when to raise. It should be depends on oppenent’s resteal and postflop play
Optimal vs unoptimal
Against recrational player, marginal call is worse because optimal play don’t consider future play
I gonna test when is best
Postflop play in SnG
Postflop factor is smaller than NLE but still make edge in here so I should be good postflop player alsoJuly 27, 2016 at 8:39 pm #228751
I couldn’t it because I couldn’t use filter( for accurate range) but now I can start doing this lol
From my old knowledge, against tight range, suitedness helps, and against wide range, Ax type hands is fine.
And in SnG, tax is also factor, so I should call tight compared to raw equity.
What makes difference between shove-minopen-limp
For simplify, considering 1500 chip and 60-120-12 6man situation( effective stack is around 10bb)
ICMIZER2 says SB can any shove “if” BB call shove within 8% range.
However, if bb is maniac and call around 43% equity-wise range, I should push 38% range.
Moreover, if bb is calling station, limp then bet bet with hand is most profitable play.
Additionally, if bb often fold to SBopen, minraise-fold is most profitable play.
These are what I didn’t consider in SnG, I’m glad to find huge room for improve.July 27, 2016 at 9:40 pm #228764
preflop postflop hand starter
Basically, I gonna fold here because I don’t want to bust here( bb short stack)
However, if BTN is min-opening loosely and ftresteal often, I can resteal.
Back to this situation, sample size was 8 hands(small) so I gonna fold here, call should be terrible considering terrible postflop playability.
UTG 4bb, unknown , so I assume his range is around 30% suited heavy range( considering strong calling range)
If my position is BB, it should be easy call because of equity.
However, if my position is MP, I would fold because I scared 4 guys who can react against my call or shove.
Here I should think about the frequency and flat call against UTG shove.
If a guy behind MP shove with TT+,AK( my assuming react range)
my equity against him is around 32%, and my pot odds is near 370 : 155+155+500 = 1 : 2.2 so equity wise I can call.( how can I consider short stack here?)
However, SnG tax here so I can’t call here
Moreover, If I flatcall/fold here, I have to feel that there is no maniac behind me and if I know there are maniac behind me, flatcall/call should be best.July 28, 2016 at 1:24 am #228772
Jam, 3way and over card possibility is so high, if I see overcard flop and see shove, it is very difficult situation especially there is draw also.
at least call for odds, Moreover, if I resteal and get called, my equity is poor, I gonna do bluff resteal with hand like A2s
terrible playability after flop, fold, same to my assumptionJuly 28, 2016 at 6:24 pm #228889
I diffenetely raise flop for killing 2 over, I couldn’t hear voice here, how about coaches answer?
Considering sb wide range my hand gonna ahead, ip so I gonna call flop
I gonna checkback and river call
combo draw, easy shove flop because I don’t want to see turn
I bet here but I’m not so confident about the reason, making FDQxcall is main reason, and I don’t want to see 4th spade here, so I shove, is it correct?July 29, 2016 at 3:05 am #228938
I’m checking SnG starter material.
There are so many new things for me even I’ve played SnG for 1 year.( I only cared about ICM..)
Even to understand first early game video, it takes many times it should be lol
Ok, my 3 days aim( to August) is
1 making preflop cheat seat and prepare for actual grind
2 making 1 video via camtasia( I hope I can still use it)
I may add another but basically I gonna do this.August 7, 2016 at 8:50 am #230278
I watched many videos and made very short summary, I gonna recheck them when I want
huds stats and usage
QQ minraise better
beginner group coaching with tomy and michael
beginner group hand review
call is leak, it’s surprise me
river bet fine, it was different from my play
ip raise is fine for protection
Live-play SNG Basics ? Pushing ranges at different stack depths + using ICM analysis tools ? STARTER
10bb around, comfortable raise/fold here
fold fine but against passive, comp also fine
good shove hand here is only low pp and weak A
POST FLOP PLAY ? STARTER
result seems cruel but it reliefed me because I also got graph like this
HH review + Postflop + Ben comments on recorded play ? BEGINNER
risk premium should be useful to know situation around bigstack vs middish
Qx gonna bet flop so good fe after turn
Analyzing recorded session 3.5$ 6-max hyper ? STARTER
gamble call 33, I may making such a mistake
bluff 3b profitable, very unique spot in bubble
it was interesting, wide range defence can be fragile against cb many
Kx, fd gonna raise flop so turn also good for barrelAugust 7, 2016 at 9:36 am #230283August 7, 2016 at 10:22 am #230293August 7, 2016 at 12:42 pm #230309
I often called here, but only 99+
I should wait for btn’s bast, 44+,A5s+,A8o+,KTs+,KJo+
I also have to wait here, 99+, AKo, AQs+
Here is interesting, SB can anyhand shove but BB’s calling range is only 4%, 88+, AKs
Basically, my calling range SB 3way is much looser, need to fixAugust 7, 2016 at 2:01 pm #230325
Ok, now my call range is QQ+ here, Its big stack vs big stack, it is differenct from midstack vs bigstack
my assumption that SB shove bit tighter than 6 man sb and my calling range number was correct.
But I couldn’t connect 30% range into actual hand..
33+,A2+,K6s+,K8o+,Q9s+,QTo+,JTs is actual range
Here I can’t wait for BU’s bust as BB gonna call very wide so BU has good chance for catch up
I had somewhat confidence about this question, however, it was completely wrong.
55+,A8s+,ATo+ was actual range, this situation is far from my feeling, need to fixAugust 8, 2016 at 4:07 am #230418
I thought from BU, a bit loose call fine but here CO~SB is almost same very tight range 88+, AJo+,ATs+ and BB a bit loose considering investAugust 8, 2016 at 4:37 am #230419
I used 10bb defense range here but if my stack is shallow, I can call with wider rangeAugust 8, 2016 at 7:05 am #230421
now bubble factor start woriking, now I can shove any hand instead of 59% range
While, on BU, my range should be bit tight than 6 man BU
I thought I could shove wider than 6man BU, but it was wrong, tight range
Here is also any shove spot to use bigstack advantage
Here is also any, surprising me, it should be my leak
Then finally I shouldn’t go any 2, here I shouldn’t go with T3o, 94o-92o, 84o-82o,73o-72o,63o-62o,52o
Here is any 2 I thought I didn’t have FE here but actually 47% FE still.
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