blinds vs steals battle

    • shloogy
      shloogy
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      Joined: 02.04.2008 Posts: 263
      hi
      holding medium pocket pair like 99-JJ, in bb.what range the CO or BTN should
      have in order for me to defend my blinds vs their steal?

      please take into account the factors : attmp to steal, pfr

      thans!
  • 6 replies
    • swissmoumout
      swissmoumout
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      Joined: 23.02.2007 Posts: 3,385
      well 99-JJ is a clear 3-bet vs anyone... it's top 2.71% so you're ahead against anyone ;)
    • shloogy
      shloogy
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      ok thanks, how about AQ-AT and KQ-KT?


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    • swissmoumout
      swissmoumout
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      Get equilator ;)
    • Chiller3k
      Chiller3k
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      Joined: 16.06.2007 Posts: 4,326
      Hi shloogy,

      If you have the ats of the stealer you can enter the range in the equilator.
      let's say he is raising 25%.
      so you give him a range of 0 till 25%.
      on the right hand site you can enter an minimum equity you want to have against his range. So let's say we want a 50% equity.
      Then you can calculate your needed range.
      In my example you can reraise 66+ A9s+ and ATo+ with an equity of 50%

      the problem is: you have to consider how often he is folding his hand and if he calls with which hands will he do so and how is your equity then.
      So it gets a little bit more complicated

      Best regards,
      Chiller3k
    • shloogy
      shloogy
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      Joined: 02.04.2008 Posts: 263
      thank u for the reply.
      what does it mean if the BTN has say, 7-10% pr and 30% attmp to stl?
      does it means that he raises every 3rd time he is in the BTN or the CO regardless the other position where his range indicates a much much tighter hands range?

      thanks in advance,
    • Chiller3k
      Chiller3k
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      Joined: 16.06.2007 Posts: 4,326
      Hi shloogy,
      to calculate the pfr you just take the amount of hands somebody raised divide it with he total hands he played and multiply it with 100%.
      It's nearly the same with the ats but here you are only looking at the hands he played first in from the cutoff or button. so if somebody has an attempt to steal of 50% he raises 50% of his hands first in from the cutoff or button.

      Best regards,
      Chiller3k