Game Theory Optimal - Part 2

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Chenny8888 continues his series "Game Theory Optimal", where we are given insight about game theory optimal play and how overbetting relates to GTO play. In the second part, Optimal bluffing and folding frequencies will be explored in addition to a few example hands.

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  • EuanM

    #1

    Enjoy the video and please keep the comments in English!
  • Saruniks

    #2

    ofcourse he had AQ, that's so clear
  • Saruniks

    #3

    didn't he? ? ;o
  • Stedyeddy

    #4

    so if a have just have a bluffcather,and a have to pay 2 times the pot,and i know that 66.7% of his bet range beatme, a herocall always be Ev-?
  • Steelbrewer

    #5

    Second example strongly reminds of a hand example from D.Sklansky
    "The theory of poker". =)
  • chenny8888

    #6

    @4: 60%+ bet range beating you is enough to fold to 2x potsize bet. 66%+ bet range beating you is required to fold to a potsize bet

    @5: definitely unintentional. i just put it in there because it's such a simple way to convey the concept IMO :)
  • Steelbrewer

    #7

    @6 BTW congrats on a deep run in ANZPT
  • chenny8888

    #8

    tyty