Trouble Spot Analysis: Preflop Trouble

  • Omaha
  • PLO
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Description

Skodljivec continues his Trouble Spot Analysis series with a look at Preflop Situations which can cause issues in PLO

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PLO series Theory Video trouble spot analysis

Comments (13)

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  • Robolomos

    #1

    nice video :D
  • Mack0

    #2

    Nice video, although I was hoping for some advice on playing rundowns (not only the low ones) in multiway and multiway 3bet pots. Could you make a video about that in the future?
  • acerbikas

    #3

    7544 hand... how would you rate it if it was 7744 5544?
  • Skodljivec

    #4

    Hi,

    1 - thanks!
    2 - thanks! :) i'll keep that in mind. Always looking for good topics
    3 - both of those hands are much better. With those hands you can flop a set 25% of the time. While it's not the nuts almost ever, it's still a decent hand to have otf, and those hands usually can flop small flushes and sometimes good straights. Again, not a premium hand by any chance, but worth playing under the correct situations.

    Regards,

    Skod
  • domdoom

    #5

    very good
  • bbbateson

    #6

    good flops
  • MrTrocks

    #7

    good vid ty
  • MrTrocks

    #8

    haha 20:25 "his hand is just a disaster waiting to happen"

    n1 ^^
  • Skodljivec

    #9

    Thanks guys!
  • LagFM

    #10

    Like it too Skod!
    We always learn something new with you on board :)
  • Naidonis

    #11

    Very good vid :)
  • PerusJamppa

    #12

    I wouldn't say that rundown with no gaps is absolutely preferred. You need to have a gap in the hand to make those really big wraps.
  • FlyingDutchm1n

    #13

    @12 ok but then you would say like oh play JT67 so we can flop a double wrap? I think that is less profitable in the long run then just playing JT98 which I would definitely prefer! : )