Skodljivec's School of PLO - Preflop ABC

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Our new PLO Coach Skodljivec introduces his new PLO Series starting with Preflop ABCs and differences between PLO and No Limit Holdem along with other basic PLO concepts


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  • Boomer2k10


    Please enjoy the first video in a new series by our PLO Coach Skodljivec

    If you have any questions/comment for Skodljivec please leave them here


    The volumen is low
  • pleno1


    @2 it works great for me, maybe your speakers are low?
  • Harleyps


    The volumen is low, But nice work, good video.
  • Skodljivec


    Thanks guys.

    I really didn't notice the low volume, and i basically still don't to be honest :)

    I'll make sure the next video has higher volume tough, so it will work for everyone
  • Anarkii14


    nice vid, everything was ok. maybe one thing, I was said, when it finished :) it possible (one day) to make video, how to do own correct session reviews? how to find leaks etc...

    and also how to idealy setup our HUDs, and use statistics in real game?
  • Skodljivec


    hey Anarkii14

    the problem with that is that PLO allows for soo many styles... at PLO50 i played vs a guy for example, a strong reg that played 33/9/2 preflop. And he was really good postflop, very hard to battle. On the other hand, you have guys that have stats like 28/22/9, but are terrible postflop.

    Of course there are some stats that may be helpfull, so it's a potentially good idea, and i'll think about how it'd be good to present it.

    But to be honest, i was pretty much able to crush PLO25 and PLO50 using only basic stats. I don't believe you really have to go into details stats wise while playing the micros. The game are beatable without this ( i use like 3 times less stats now at plo100 than i did at nl50).

    We could due the leak reviews in one of my coachings perhaps ;)
  • semmel81


    the best hand vs Random is btw AATTds, not AAKKds. any way nice vid, a bit louder next time :)
  • aXSesPS


    many thanks :-) Nice quick summary on important PLO information.
  • Skodljivec


    Yeah but AAKK > AATT, so AAKK is the best starting hand :D
  • Javito987


    Thank you very much for the video!
  • trickybob


    Hi. I must say I'm a big fan of 20 - 30 min videos. So please keep them this length. Good start and looking forward to rest of series. Ty
  • Skodljivec


    Thanks guys.

    PokerStrategy likes 20-30min videos when it comes to theory. I completly agree with that. I know from my own experience that watching slides for 50min can be really difficult.

    On the other hand, watching someone play for 50min is usually easy and fun. My playing videos will be longer, while the theoretical will bebetween 20-30min, just like you like them :)
  • MoyMG


    Nice video, but I would like u talk more about SPR :)
  • FlyingDutchm1n


    I still havent found a conclusive answer online to how often you are up against a higher set with middle set in PLO? Anyone knows exactly how often this happens from a purely mathematical point of view (so just for a moment not based on opponents reads? Thank you.
  • Skodljivec


    Unfortunately that's impossible to calculate without any parameters like ranges, VPIP, situation etc...
  • Tim64


    Excellent content but only audible with speakers on max :)
  • Phgrinder


    volume only works for me in the first 5mins?? is this working or not?
  • Skodljivec



    The volume works for me the entire video, altough like mentioned before it is a bit quiet
  • beebeeboy


    Interesting, comprehesinve video.

    Thanks a lot!

    14:00 You saying that if i can get preflo scenario to a SPR = 1 on the flop than i should go for it. Does it apply to any amount of players in the pot?
  • Skodljivec



    HU it's completly unexploitable. MW i'd jam any flop where there are no straights or flushes possible. OFC, i'm much happier shipping a Q72rb board than a JT6ss. I might even not on the second one :)

    Basically, HU you don't care who your opponent is and what he does. MW, you have to look at your opponents, what hands are in their range etc... So you can't just blindly shove any flop. Still, getting the SPR1 should be prefered, because there are still a lot of flops where you can be happy to jam.