[NL2-NL10] AJo NL200.

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    • dandycal
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      You have few hands to rely on his positional PFR, but I think we can expect him to raise a little more than 11% from MP2 and push here according to the chart.
    • DaPhunk
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      lol, those are crazy stats. I'm unsure as to what this all means but as i'm quite aggressive I guess i push also.
    • nworb200
      nworb200
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      Hi

      Is it just me is that a really strange PFR distribution - he hasn't open raised late once - weird.


      Anyone know why he would employ that strategy?
    • goldflair03
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      its not an strategy its just the sample size, which doesnt say anything about his real positionstats.
      i fold aj in this spot because his overall pfr is to low.
    • PanDuzePE
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      Don`t look at PFR, look at Raise 1st in this case
    • IngolPoker
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      Originally posted by dandycal
      You have few hands to rely on his positional PFR, but I think we can expect him to raise a little more than 11% from MP2 and push here according to the chart.
      dude...wait...what?

      i dont think AJo is ahead against a 11% range
    • PanDuzePE
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      Again 11 % not, but where did u see 11 % ? lol

      u look at pfr.


      u should look at raise 1st because there are no limpers behind him, did u know how to use HM stats ?:)
    • dandycal
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      Originally posted by IngolPoker
      Originally posted by dandycal
      You have few hands to rely on his positional PFR, but I think we can expect him to raise a little more than 11% from MP2 and push here according to the chart.
      dude...wait...what?

      i dont think AJo is ahead against a 11% range
      Yeah, AJo gets like 45% eq.. But I'm supposing villain is just a little looser than that, as he is open raising from MP2. In the charts for adjusted re-raise AJo is good against a raise from MP2 (12% pfr villain).

      Originally posted by PanDuzePE
      Again 11 % not, but where did u see 11 % ? lol

      u look at pfr.


      u should look at raise 1st because there are no limpers behind him, did u know how to use HM stats ?:)
      11% PFR. PFR is more general than Raise 1st, and given the small sample, I find it more trustworthy. But as you see his Raise 1st is quite looser than PFR and his MP pfr is also looser than 11%, it seems like an easy push?
    • IngolPoker
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      AJo will never be a profitable 3bet against 12% also ^^ He will fold everything you have crushed and your equity against his callingrange is horrible
    • dandycal
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      Originally posted by IngolPoker
      AJo will never be a profitable 3bet against 12% also ^^ He will fold everything you have crushed and your equity against his callingrange is horrible
      Yeah, I did some math here and it does seem like- EV. But it figures as a proper move in those charts. ?( I was kinda trusting them for my 3betting. Should I take a tighter approach in general then?
    • IngolPoker
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      sometimes tighter, sometimes looser


      ooops, isnt poker simple enough to put it in a chart? sry :(
      :f_biggrin:
    • Gerv
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      a chart is putting players into profiles thus you are generalizing situations while every Villain has a different approach to the game thus different Callingrange + FEQ

      - Gerv