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Our PLO guru Kyyberi did a free coaching to WhiteWlaker and SeagalSteven, our most active members in the PLO forum. Having SeagalSteven as a guest he reviews both members databases looking for mistakes and explaining what they need to do in order to improve their game.

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Comments (14)

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  • lukalik

    #1

    awesome
  • FlyingDutchm1n

    #2

    Good analysis, turn check with nutstraight is indeed very bad giving away free equity to a set, after a half floppot call, they will also call turn half+ pot generally and turn against set is last street you will get value from, and a lower straight that called flop will also call half pot turn and will then be potcommitted on any river with any runout.
  • junior0013

    #3

    ity to a set, after a half floppot call, they will also call turn half+ pot generally and turn against set is last street you will get value from, and a lower straight that called flop will also call half pot turn and will then be potcommitted on any river with any runout.
  • WhiteWalker

    #4

    At 37 minutes when Seagal has the A6A4 double suited, if he x/calls flop and turn is T, J, or K and villain pots turn what is the action. We get 2:1 on a call, we have approximately somewhere around 26% vs a straight, do you call and donk improving rivers to get sigh calls? Do you fold vs tight opponent and x/raise vs aggro or donk vs aggro?
  • WhiteWalker

    #5

    And, at the beginning when Seagal has AKQQ single suited and cold 3-bets, can you 4-bet fold vs tight opponent who 5bet gets it in or do you stack off after 4-betting?
  • Kyyberi

    #6

    @4, if turn completes the straight, it's not a problem. Against straight we have avg. equity of 42% so check-call is standard line. And yes, have to donk river is improved.

    @5, once opponent 4bets you just check your equity vs. AAxx, unless you have reason to believe his range is wider. So it's just a mathematical problem that depends on bet sizings and stacks.
  • krys94

    #7

    How I love PLO :) : ) :)
  • minayola37

    #8

    Good analysis, turn check with nutstraight is indeed very bad giving away free equity to a set, after a half floppot call, they will also call turn half+ pot generally and turn against set is last street you will get value from, and a lower straight that called flop will also call half pot turn and will then be potcommitted on any river with any runout
  • Stroill343

    #9

    Very useful
  • Stroill343

    #10

    wow
  • uludaq

    #11

    rly great stuff,now i realized how donkey i am!
  • MrTrocks

    #12

    wenigstens mal wieder ein plo vid........
  • FredDoof

    #13

    how are you going to play the AA64ds hand on the turn after the check/call on the flop? I´m kinda lost in those spots
  • Kyyberi

    #14

    @13 Start with a check and then either call or raise, depending on the turn and bet sizing. The hand is so strong that on any turn card check-call is +EV.