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[NL2-NL10] equity + stats (preflop all in-NL10)

    • bonecore
      bonecore
      Bronze
      Joined: 02.11.2009 Posts: 1,057
      shorthanded but just then 3 people left so we were 3 handed that hand.
      my opponent was not 3-betting ... he was shoving if he wanted to raise..
      he somethimes raises preflop and 4-bet shoves his hand...

      his stats over 125 hands:
      VPIP: 29
      PFR: 26
      Atempt to steal: 37
      3-bet: 15.8
      AF: 3.3
      C-betflop:25%
      Raise first to act 34% (over 30$ in UG, MP , CO ,B , so position didnt matter for him)


      So i had KJ in hand and raised , he shoved , i called, he had pocket 77 and hit trips

      How do i use the equilator ... wich stat do i set at his hand range to see if i am ahead ?

      I mean the place where i need to set a number to his handrange is there from 0 to some value...

      pls explain so i dont do this again:P



      PS:this pot was 15$ but a few hands later i was all in with this guy again i had QK and he had 1010... and i lost again.... so i tilted and lost another hand 22 vs AA .. full stack loss (i had 22)
  • 1 reply
    • veriz
      veriz
      Black
      Joined: 20.07.2008 Posts: 65,504
      Hello bonecore,

      First of all, against any no-brainer shove I wouldn't Call with KJo. Even some A2 type of hand beats you. :(

      And just put almost the 15% of his 3bet for example and remove hew hands which you rather think he wouldn't shove. And of course it depends a lot on the opponent and his stack. At the moment I didn't understand his stack at all.

      But you are easily behind against even a wider range:

             Equity     Win     Tie
      UTG    58.81%  55.59%   3.21% { 22+, A9s+, KJs+, QJs, ATo+, KTo+, QJo }
      UTG+1  41.19%  37.98%   3.21% { KJo }

      So there is no way I am going to Call this, easy fold.

      Best regards.