PLO Shallow Stacks

  • Omaha
  • PLO
  • $400 - $1000
  • Shorthanded
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Description

Our new Australian PLO coach Rohit 'godlikeroy' Bhasin produces his first video for Pokerstrategy.com. In it he introduces himself then plays his regular game, 50bb PLO cash at 5/10

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Live Video PLO Shallow Stacks

Comments (25)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the first shallow stack PLO video by GodlikeRoy!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • Fox999

    #2

    yes i like
  • Dorfzocker75

    #3

    Good vid, good bets/checks, nice upswing ;)
  • Hodahey

    #4

    4minutes are not enough
  • falcone1983

    #5

    Awesome. More please :-)
  • GodlikeRoy

    #6

    Thanks guys :)

    Let me know what you want for future videos. I'm likely to do another live video next (with deep stack play) but am open to suggestions for further videos.

    Roy
  • dynamoberlin

    #7

    welcome and gl GodlikeRoy!
  • Tolledo

    #8

    very nice :) ty
  • CraZyNeX

    #9

    plo 400 deep would be nice
  • kaiptn

    #10

    solid vid,

    it would be cool to see videos with some comparisons between shallow and deep play as you did in the beginning of this video ( also talking about dif. stealing-, 3betting ranges etc)
  • DrugsOrMe

    #11

    +1 for deep plo vids
  • Kojika

    #12

    Do you always buy in for 20bbs on the shallow tables ?
  • Kojika

    #13

    I'm just stupid and misread a bit of the action (saw the 5/10 tables when you have 20bbs).
  • GodlikeRoy

    #14

    Kojika,

    It depends on the stakes I am playing and how well rolled for them I am, as well as what the line-up looks like and how many tables I am playing.

    In general, the higher the stakes, the more likely I am to buy in short.

    Roy
  • supeyrio

    #15

    so is it possible to play profitably with 20BB on shallow tables? and what kind of variance do we face? can you share your standard deviation stat on holdem manager? really interesting, cheers
  • GodlikeRoy

    #16

    Supeyrio,

    Yeah I do think it is profitable to play with 20bb on shallow tables, however at the lower stakes the rake will eat into your winrate a lot more than at higher stakes.

    Standard deviation by stakes, filtered for < 35bbs:

    25/50: 56.59
    10/20: 62.70
    5/10: 61.81
    3/6: 68.61
    2/4: 65.95

    Cheers,

    Roy
  • hollersaft

    #17

    godlikeroy from plomaha.com?
  • Ribbo

    #18

    coaches get around eh hollersaft :)
  • GodlikeRoy

    #19

    hollersaft,

    Yes, I used to be affiliated with that site however I no longer produce any strategy for them. PokerStrategy gets my full attention now :)

    Roy
  • hollersaft

    #20

    oh thats sad :-(
    i liked your posts there
  • iNspiRe

    #21

    Hello, Roy. Here are some questions from russian community:

    1:
    Hello, I am just a beginner in PLO. First table 43d minute. Your hand is AA99. Flop 36J, Turn K. I just don't get why you keep pressing and pushing all of your stack on such a board? What worst hand you're expecting to see opponent calling? If villain has only pair of Jacks - he won't call, andif he got two pairs on turn, he will. So why are u betting there? Is it for value or for protection?
  • iNspiRe

    #22

    2:
    One more. 1st table 15th minute, Hero steals from BU with AK57s and then folds after villains 3bet. Then you say if you would have a Jack - you would call, saying your Ace killes your equity. I just don't get it, your opponent can 3bet with a hand like AQxx, witch is dominated by your hand. Why Jack is better in this occation?
  • Fedieltje

    #23

    Hi GodlikeRoy,

    I liked the vid a lot. Even fell in love with your simple HUD. Would you like to share your HUD colorcoding config? I experience a lot of difficulties giving certain ranges to certain values. It's hard to find any information on this subject.
  • Duyejo

    #24

    nice vid
  • kashmiruzi

    #25

    how was i able to watch the whole vid while i was not logged in.