$15 180-Man Nash Analysis

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Description

Katie reviews a winning player's 180 man hand history. She discusses many spots using the nash resource in the holdem resources calculator.

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Comments (8)

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  • fitzinator18

    #1

    Enjoy the latest from Katie!

    As always please leave feedback and suggestions in the comments section below!
  • Konnikickass

    #2

    Nice Vid! Min 14:25. the non-allin-allin with AKo from the lowjack. Wouldnt you prefer to do a real all-in there because you actually want even regs to see that ur shuffing 10bb, to let the call with worse? Or do you think its to exploitable cuz people could see a difference if you do a "nonall-allin" with worse hands and a real allin with "monsters".
  • pedro76pt

    #3

    Hello, great video.
    At min 26:09 with J7o@HJ - Isn´t that a spot to insta shove?
  • KatieDozier314

    #4

    @Konnikickass: Thanks! In this particular game, I was doing non-allin-allins with every hand I was going with (I believe), so yes I think it would be exploitable to shove my strong hands and do non-allin-allins with only my weaker hands. When I start a session, I decide to do non-allin-allins up to a certain number of BBs effective, and stick with that-- that way I'm somewhat unpredictable and make sure I'm not setting myself up to be exploited. :)
  • KatieDozier314

    #5

    @pedro76pt: Thanks! I put the J7o hand into my Nash Calc, and the range it wants us to shove is about 43%, with the lowest offsuit jack being J9o. That being said, we are of course very short and it would certainly be reasonable to shove.
  • pedro76pt

    #6

    TY :)
  • PhreaKer

    #7

    5:00 your reshoving range is so wrong I stopped looking
  • KatieDozier314

    #8

    @Phreaker: Yes, you're right, I misspoke there, sorry-- the correct Nash range is [22+,A8s+, ATo+, KTs+, KQo, JTs+, T9s].