Skodljivec's School of PLO - Playing In Position Postflop

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Skodjlivec continues his School of PLO looking into Post Flop play in Position in single raised pots


Contibet postflop series Skodjlivec's School of PLO thematic video Theory Video

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  • ares515


    Nice video ¡¡¡
  • aXSesPS


    thanks alot, keep it coming.
  • Anarkii14


    thx, very usefull
  • Skodljivec


    Thanks guys, will do :)
  • Omarhawk


    Very good!
  • dani2671


    Thanks for the video! Very instructive
  • frojo


    love your pokerschool
  • Skodljivec


    Thanks again guys... Much appreciated!
  • adasko99


    wow! what a valuable 20 minutes i just had watching this video ^_^
  • Mack0


    1.What exactly do you mean when you say we should check back hand that can improve on the turn? How many good turn cards should we have to xb rather than b/f?

    2. Why do you think straight draw flops are an easy cb? Our opponents can often hit something on these wet flops and call us with a wide range. I can see how it is profitable when we'r raising as we'r representing a strong hand, but cbetting these boards lightlt seems like an overplay to me. Could you please explainy why this play is profitable?
  • Skodljivec


    Hey Mack0,

    1. Usually what i mean is that we shouldn't cbet a hand that has good equity, but is borderline when it get's checkraised. If you're not sure how to react if you get c/r, you should check behind. If your hand is a) weak enough to quickly fold to a c/r, or b) strong enough to call or raise, then you should bet. If it's a marginal draw that you'd like to play after the flop, then a check back is best.

    2) I assume you mean boards like 765? The reason is, that we will get a lot of folds, if not otf, then ott or otr. People will fold those flops more than they should, as they will give you credit for a strong hand when you bet them, especially on later streets. If you check back, you are basically telling them you are weak, and every decent opponent will try to bluff you, or even more dangerous, will value bet thin vs you with weak straights and sets, knowing you'll go into bluffcatch mode.

    Hope this helps,


  • Mack0


    Thank you for your answer, I really appreciate it.
  • ZeroDegrees


    Hi Skodljivec!
    Following your school with great interest, good insights and good teaching.

    Under the 'Easy win boards' you talk about bluff raising IP. Do you mean against a donk bet with initiative and/or without initiative (you just called a raise preflop)? Since I'm a beginner I feel that is too dangerous.

    Then again, against a decent player who wouldn't want to play for his stack without a really great hand, I can see it a winning play. And if he 3-bets, we know we practically need the nuts and can get away from anything else easy enough.
  • elpsycho


    Hey Skodljivec! What about betsizing? Is every bet should be a pot bet?