how do we exploit people with tight ranges preflop, especially OOP?
for example, there's a lot of regs that I can't 3b JJ even QQ for value versus... but then i also can't get much value from my hand post flop, especially when im OOP, its the c/c game that every one hates. I can donk sometimes and do, but c/r boards such as T64 would be over repping my hand I feel...
I also can't 3b bluff them to make JJQQ a 3b/5b cos they're tighter than a nuns fanny so where do i go from here, all i see is KK< when the money goes in? .. maybe this implies i should 3b heaps of air until they adjust, but there too nitty to **** about with in general
most of the difference is either in your head or just due to small sample. each level up there's a little less fish, a little more aggression, a little higher overall quality of play, etc, but its not really nearly as dramatic as people usually make it out to be. the easiest way to fail moving up is to freak out and over adjust thinking that its a completely different environment imo.
Originally Posted by aesthetics
you obviously missed the point i was trying to make if you're still fairly sure you found out there is a large change in the general dynamics after playing 5k hands lol
Originally Posted by skraper
The dynamic you are talking about is very much subject to perception and variance.
The more you move up the more you realize that every level plays the same.
Having recently played 10nl-50nl for the micro challenge, I can assure you that 25nl and 50nl are still similar. (although this is also based on somewhat small sample sizes)
ok then I was wrong, i knew obviously you could run bad over 5k hands, but didn't think variance would have played that much a part in the aggressiveness over 5k hands(especially in zoom where you're with the different people every hand).. but thats good gives me a bit more confidence when i shoot for the next time.