Insyder Information: 400PLO - Marginal Decisions

  • Omaha
  • PLO
  • $400
  • Shorthanded
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As Insyder continues his PLO session review we see discussions of marginal decisions and how Insyder navigates them

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Comments (8)

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  • fitzinator18

    #1

    Enjoy the latest from Insyder!

    As always feedback and suggestions are appreciated!
  • tranceactor

    #2

    nice vid.
    you gave me some good ideas about equities multiway. thanks for that.

    i am not sure if i can believe that you do not know what equity you need when godlikeroy cbets pot (spr of 2) though ;-) (6542ss 23:00)
    -> fold >>> call > shove

    hope you keep on making reviews. i am not really looking forward to a ppt-vid(-series)
  • Blondi002

    #3

    why cant he just talk like a normal human being :> he takes a break to swallow saliva or to breath every 3rd word, thats just disgusting..
  • AlixM

    #4

    I always enjoy your videos, however the argument that T864 hits more flops than T987 seems combinatorically flawed, kind of reminds me of Phil Hellmuth's preference of AKo over AKs because it's drawing to two flushes :-)
  • AssadKamran91

    #5

    "for small money, we just gambol" love it <3 nice vid! would love to see some hu
  • insyder19

    #6

    #4

    Maybe I didn't explain it well enough. What I am saying is that T864 compared to T987 misses the flop less often. If you flop a piece with T987 it will either be the nuts, two pair or pair+gutter, only a gutter.

    With T864 you can also flop the hands above. However, if you think about flops where you miss COMPLETELY, it will be T987 more often than T864. I was refering to 4bet pots where you don't need to flop huge to continue in the hand, given your opponents range is pretty well defined and you are just looking to flop a piece in order to get it in on the flop.

    The range of 2468 or 3579, 468T, etc is wider than 789T. Hopefully its more clear now :)
  • AlixM

    #7

    I understand what you're saying, I just thought it was wrong, however PQL sims seem to confirm what you say :

    PQL Query:
    select count(handtype(hand1, flop) >= pair or nutHiOuts(hand1, flop) >= 4)
    from game="omahahi", hand1="T987"
    Results:
    Trials COUNT 1
    128254 94933 (74.02%)

    PQL Query:
    select count(handtype(hand1, flop) >= pair or nutHiOuts(hand1, flop) >= 4)
    from game="omahahi", hand1="T864"
    Results:
    Trials COUNT 1
    92062 73944 (80.32%)

    T864 has something 80% vs 74% for T987.

    If you raise the bar to 2 pair or 8 nut outs, T987 becomes better :

    PQL Query:
    select count(handtype(hand1, flop) >= twopair or nutHiOuts(hand1, flop) >= 8)
    from game="omahahi", hand1="T864"
    Results:
    Trials COUNT 1
    42430 11715 (27.61%)

    PQL Query:
    select count(handtype(hand1, flop) >= twopair or nutHiOuts(hand1, flop) >= 8)
    from game="omahahi", hand1="T987"
    Results:
    Trials COUNT 1
    29918 9293 (31.06%)
  • yomatiyo

    #8

    u are amazing! I am learning so much! please keep this coming!