Defending against aggressive 3-bettors - Conclusions

  • Omaha
  • PLO
  • $100 - $200
  • Shorthanded
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Skodljivec teams up with his two of his best students - Fruit and Z1ngs - to bring you a 3-way discussion of hard spots where we should defend our raise versus aggressive 3-bettors. Those hands are often getting complicated postflop, and this is exactly where the support from not 1, but 3 established PLO regulars will be of great help.


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  • DrPepper


    Very interesting video although I disagree with a lot you guys are saying. Especially in the second hand where one of your students is defending his preflop sandwich call with T972ds and then doesn't want to stack of on the best flop he can hope for with this crappy hand I was like "WTF?" But this format is really cool and I'm hoping for more videos like this.
  • Skodljivec


    Hi DrPepper,

    i'm happy to hear you liked it, and this is probably the format quite a few of my videos will have from now on.

    I'm also happy that you don't disagree on some parts of the video; it means you are using your own thinking, which is obviously very important; plo is a really complex game, so there's always arguments for better lines.

    I do believe we presented our own arguments well, so you can at least get some new perspectives in some spots.


  • MrTrocks


    ha..good hand in min 27 and the discussion esp after he flopped with 29T7ds 2pair and isnt happy..
  • swatow


    Is AJJ4ss 4bet profitable here? vs a short stack we could have some fold equity. but vs a 100bb we just isolate ourselves to quite strong ranges. Isn't it?
  • Nomeid


    nice i love omaha nl h/l