Postflop Defense - Enhancements and Features

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $2 - $50
  • Shorthanded
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Description

In this video Tackleberry extends the fundamentals of the first video and applies them to examples.

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defend Equilab examples formulas push or fold Ranges tackleberry Theory Video

Comments (7)

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  • Baracchinghi

    #2

    Nice job!
  • GrishaXD

    #3

    Nice TU!!!
  • yteam2003

    #5

    good one
  • Baracchinghi

    #8

    Question: how do we put the rake in the calculation? Of course, in a theoretical way it doesn't matter, but in the real life if we want to explain that on a microbasis (nl 10, 25, 50) we have to take care of the question.
  • twinskat

    #9

    Tack-

    If I understand the video correctly, and am asking to make sure...

    You estimate the equity that the worst bluff in villain's hand would have to be indifferent vs our "defend range". What if you are playing lower stakes, where there are some villains whose C Bet percentage is 100% (or approaching it)?

    would not that make our villains bluff equity very very small vs our range on most boards, such that we do not really add much back in for our 1-a frequency of defense? And yes, I understand that there is another step of the check back range realization formula.

    I guess I am okay with assuming villains' equity on board textures, but could envision a scenario where with some the bluff range will always be some very small amount. Never really changing since they will be bluffing (incorrectly perhaps) with no equity at all if called.

    twinskat

    PS at 4 minutes in you show equity shares of 25% on left, but 85% on right? it should be 75% on the right side?
  • Bonifacius

    #10

    twinskat, earlier they were 17% vs. 83% on the same hands.
  • ConteCaly

    #11

    wonderful video... ty coach for this fantastic series