Skodljivec's School of PLO - PLO25 Live Action

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Skodjlivec wraps up his school of PLO with a live session at 25PLO


Live Video series Skodjlivec's School of PLO

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  • Boomer2k10


    Hi Everyone

    Please enjoy Skodjlivec's Wrap Up of his excellent School of PLO

    If you have any questions or comments for Skodjlivec please leave them below
  • Skodljivec


    M tongue was tangling a bit during the vid, so i hope you guys don't mind. It was just sooo hot outside :)

    Feel free to ask any questions you might think of ofcourse, and i'll gladly reply.


  • dani2671


    Thanks for your videos which are great! Very interesting! GG
  • Hortberg


    Table three at 25:21.
    In hindsight, don't you think shipping pre would be better?
  • Skodljivec


    Thanks dani2672!


    I though the spot was really akward before. Now that i look at it it seems even more akward :). I honestly believe that there's no difference in the bottom line between calling, getting it in and even folding for that matter. I would really need some reads to make the right decision here.

    I think it's fine the way i played it. If he had something like 8765 than i'd look like an idiot, but i think for the most part people are willing to put a lot of money in with bigger cards.

    I don't know. It could really go either way. I'ts definetly a very very very very close spot imo. I'm open to arguments here.


  • all4non


    Hello! Great video, much more interesting then the theory ones =)
    What is BRM you reccomend to play throught PLO10-25-50?
  • all4non


    Not sure , if leading in with AAQ7 vs 2 players is good. IMO when some1 leads it often means nuts. So , when they call your lead, they must have realy strong hands. TBH, I expected KKxx from the guy on CO. But anyway , leading on flop looks normal, opposite to turn agression. I've probably c/c that turn. Not expect a lot of folds on a club, wich brings bd flushdraw. And you can face a reise from slowplayd dopers and sets. And the problem is that you have to shove in after 2d barreling turn becouse of pot odds but your equty is not something you want to jam agains 2 players. I belive, you need a good notes for this move about how lose those players jaming in.
  • Skodljivec


    Hi all4non.

    Could you post the time when the hand happens?

    I general people play terribely vs donks. It's insane how often people call the donk bet, and fold to either a scare card or blank, so i think it's very profitable in certain spots.

    About BRM... i think up to plo100 50bi is enough. For plo10 if you're good 25bi is enough imo.

    I would play plo50 till i had $1k on my acc, and move to plo25 below that.


  • all4non


    Thx for answer. Not sure which moment it was during the session, but it was analysed after session, in holdem manager replayer.
    Yea interesting idea, seems leading is good since your opponents are weak.
  • Porfi83


    Very nice video!
  • Olloquigui


    5:20 Table 3 where we have KKxx and get donked into on 669dd for pot
    Is that a standard fold for you and why? What if he bets 70% pot?
  • Skodljivec


    Thanks guys.


    He thought for a second, and than potted into 2 people. Easy fold. The reason is that a big way to loose money in plo is to call one bet and fold to the next one. I am quite sure a turn bet comes there more than 90% of the time, and i'd have to fold then.

    If he bets 70% it's still a fold imo. OFC, not HU for example, but 3way i fold it always.


  • MGF001


    #4 and #5
    some really bad players are 3betting with something, what looks good in holdem.
    As you don't know, how bad he is, you should call the flop in my opinion.
    Also you get the information about his hand, which costs nearly nothing(+-EV) and when he wins the hand, playing deep against the fish afterwards should be very profitable.

    Best, MGF
  • ciki333


    musím to dokoukat.