Moving up in PLO - Part 3

  • Omaha
  • PLO
  • $20
  • Shorthanded
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Description

New videoseries by suitedeule. He will start on PLO10 progressing through the stakes accompanying each with a practical and theoretical take. Ideal for anyone new to Omaha. In the third part suitedeule moves on to PLO20.

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Moving Up in PLO serie Titan Poker

Comments (11)

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  • EuanM

    #1

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

    #2

    u got the Khigh straight 7:00 btm left :) Q9 on TA9KJ
  • Nitlib

    #3

    Otherwise, as always enjoying your vids, keep them coming ;)
  • hardy

    #4

    nice to see, that even coaches are not always able to see there real strength :)
  • suitedeule

    #5

    haha yeah, hint: learn to read hands, probably best stakes to practice: plo2 ;)
  • monroymx

    #6

    so true about the floping sets #1skill at plo
  • dannymoreno

    #7

    plz some1 can explain why when i try to see the videos it streches so far i cant even see 1 freaking table plz help
  • Omarhawk

    #8

    @#7 Looks like the resolution of the original vid is bigger than the resolution of your monitor. So do not watch the vid in original resolution but in full screen mode.
  • mode5170

    #9

    Please answer this biggest question in this video : min 29 - screen 3.you have set of KK if he check/raise on the turn with a straight.then what? call or fold is best play.thank you.
  • suitedeule

    #10

    well if he has the straight 100% its a matter of odds and outs, i think u can answer (or should be able to answer) urself

    i dont think calling and bluffing diamonds makes sense at these stakes btw
  • Kher

    #11

    Hey suitedeule, thx for the video.

    I'm not sure to understand the hand at 14.40 table 2.

    You're 3 betting IP (it makes sense) and saying you're going to stack off on qd6cah, after your cbet.

    Let's say he check raises, I think we're most likely going to be in this situation:
    tsjs9skd 33.49% qq,66,aq,a6 66.51%

    and I don't understand how going for the stacks here is profitable ... Am I missing something? Do you think I'm giving too much credit to vilain range for a CR?

    Thx