Midstakes Pot Limit Omaha Strategy and Tips

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Midstakes Pot Limit Omaha Strategy and Tips

8 thoughts on “Midstakes Pot Limit Omaha Strategy and Tips

  1. I've been streaming a bunch this week so if you want to check out the streams live make sure to follow me on Twitch. http://www.twitch.tv/jnandezpoker to get notified when I go live! Hope you guys are enjoying the highlights.

  2. That AAJ2 hand is really interesting and a tough one. Questions I would ask myself: is this player capable of bluffin in this spot? if so; how often on this river?

    obviously you would need a read on the player in order to estimate this. His valuerange should in general only be T7, ,77,TT,33,73. I think most players wouldn't shove flush here for value. That leaves his range way more weighted towards bluffs – if he has a bluffin range in these spots. You're getting 2:68:1 to make this river call. So 27% to breakeven.
    So, a call if he's bluffin more than ~30%. Superhigh variance spot, but I think these are crucial to figure out, in order to have an edge at these stakes. IMO his play is very spewy, but thats another subject. Barells like these could be seen regurarly in holdem back in the days, now I would assume its quite rare.

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