HT 6max PLO HL sitngos

    • acerbikas
      acerbikas
      Silver
      Joined: 03.01.2011 Posts: 229
      Hi there,

      I am currently in the process of obtaining a small sample of hyper turbo PLO HL 1.5$ sitngos and I am wondering if anybody else is playing them on any level. I would be interested in discussing them, but I am unsure if anyone cares about them :D .
  • 5 replies
    • Leito99
      Leito99
      Bronze
      Joined: 27.07.2009 Posts: 754
      Seems like such a weird game... like how do you calculate the shoving ranges? or the calling ranges? or anything at all?

      It looks like random pushing and craziness all over the place. I guess the lack of theory about it also means that there are more fish!


      How did you do in your sample?
    • zilltine
      zilltine
      Bronze
      Joined: 20.03.2010 Posts: 395
      one thing is for sure, when someone starts working on unpopular format which is liquid enough it is almost guaranteed success
    • acerbikas
      acerbikas
      Silver
      Joined: 03.01.2011 Posts: 229
      Some of the regulars there are well into the thousands of profit which leads me to think that there are favourable strategies as to how to approach the game. I have tested several various approaches to early game raising vs. shoving ranges and later but so far it has led me to thinking there is no finding out a single profitable way without having a high enough sample (2-3k sng).
    • zilltine
      zilltine
      Bronze
      Joined: 20.03.2010 Posts: 395
      There is definitely a way of finding out most profitable ways. 2-3k sample will never give you answers about how good one or another line is. Only some indication that you do good/bad. Keep on working on this and maybe you will become PLO8 SnG coach, because afaik there is none :)
    • gavinonymous
      gavinonymous
      Bronze
      Joined: 18.12.2008 Posts: 1,146
      Equilab Omaha has HL ranges. I'm interested also in playing more PLO (PL) tourneys. HL is still alien to me..but yeah I imagine they should be very profitable given the level of play I've seen in MTT's in general.

      I have some small recent success in PLO tourneys using Nash range percentages from NL Holdem tourneys. I figure equities aren't the same, but relatively they can't be so far off and offer some starting point.

      I shove wide where I would shove or call wide in a SNG, and play tight or loose depending on stack dynamics.

      e.g when I am shoving 15% (in order of equity) Equilab says to shove 40k/270k combos:

      [A3][A2], [A4][A2], [A4][A3], [A5][A2], [A5][A3], [A5][A4], [A6][A3], [A6][A2], [A6][A4], [A6][A5], [A2][A2], [A3][A3], [A7][A3], [A7][A4], [A2]A3, [A4][A4], [A7][A2], [A3]A2, [A4]A3, [A7][A5], [A4]A2, [A2]A4, [A3]A4, [A3]A5, [A5][A5], [A2]A5, [A5]A2, [A5]A4, [A4]A5, [A5]A3, [A7][A6], [A32]A, [A8][A2], [A43]A, [A42]A, AA[32], [A8][A4], [A8][A3], AA[43], [A53]A, [A8][A5], AA[42], [A52]A, [A3]A6, [A6]A3, [A6]A2, [A2]A6, [A54]A, AA[53], AA[52], [A4]A6, AA[54], [A6]A4, [AT][A2], [AQ][A2], [A6]A5, [AJ][A2], [A5]A6, [A6][A6], [AK][A2], etc...