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Old 05-16-2018, 06:17 PM   #226
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Playing at your highest stakes games what is the max amount of tables your are comfortable playing?
i would say 3-4 tables at max, sometimes i will push it more. At certain points in my career i would 6 table regs for some sessions but then i started sitting out way too much so i stopped playing that many tables haha. Now i stick to 3-4 at max
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Old 05-16-2018, 06:19 PM   #227
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How do you play against a rec who folds too much vs a push and is too passive (low iso, high fold vs cbet) ? Limp more playabe hands (broadways, suited connectors) and shove more low Ax/Kx (Qx/Jx when shallow) ?

Against an openshove 10-6deep, do you use nash or "gto" ranges ?


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i would just limp a lot more vs this type of player and only jam premium hands. i would play 100 percent of buttons at almost all stack depths. If he open shoved i would call tigher then nash since he is likely to be jamming way tighter then nash as well. I use nash readless vs fish but i will tighten up vs some of them that are shoving way less then they are suppose too and have lower vpip's
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Old 05-16-2018, 06:21 PM   #228
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its true, alot of people arent even playing GTO preflop nevermind postflop, altho more and more people are starting to pick it up and trying to mimic it
^^^^^^ ya for sure, some of the better players that have put more time into studying pio are still playing very exploitative as well because everyone still has a lot of leaks and its more profitable to play exploit rather then a gto strategy if that is the case
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Old 05-16-2018, 08:21 PM   #229
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i would just limp a lot more vs this type of player and only jam premium hands. i would play 100 percent of buttons at almost all stack depths. If he open shoved i would call tigher then nash since he is likely to be jamming way tighter then nash as well. I use nash readless vs fish but i will tighten up vs some of them that are shoving way less then they are suppose too and have lower vpip's
When are you starting to push A2o/K4o/54s vs this type of player ?


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Against an openshove 10-6deep, do you use nash or "gto" ranges ?
My question was against a reg (sorry, I didn't precise ). Because there are differences between nash and gto ranges (call less, with more suited hands)

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Old 05-17-2018, 10:20 AM   #230
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Re: THE WELL: JACKSTACK99

Hey jack ! how do you adjust before flop against an opponnent who have this kind of stat VPIP 94 PFR 86 3BET 41.7 AF 4.9

I choose to limp reraise this guy, in your opinion is the better way ? do you find other adjustment ?

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Old 05-21-2018, 12:18 PM   #231
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Re: THE WELL: JACKSTACK99

Another question for you jack ! what is a good BB/100 hands on sng hu ?

Is an indicator you follow ?
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Old 05-21-2018, 05:16 PM   #232
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hey jack i have one for you, is there room to play explo vs high stakes regs or is it all gto? If there is, do you think in the future gto will be the only way?
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Old 05-21-2018, 07:20 PM   #233
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Do u think the hud is overated? how much hands pre or post do u need to exploit someone? And how much hands do u think u need for turn+ stats?
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Old 05-21-2018, 11:14 PM   #234
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i'm a pationed Player and want to learn a lot more About hu hypers. i found Videos from 2012/13. does the game changed a lot in These years? i'm playing 20$/30$ regularly. whats the best way to climp up and getting better?
how did you get in contact with really good Players to Exchange thoughts?
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Old 05-25-2018, 06:50 AM   #235
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My question was against a reg (sorry, I didn't precise ). Because there are differences between nash and gto ranges (call less, with more suited hands)
Don't anwser to this (I can't edit my message), I compared GTO calling ranges with nash... ante 10%...
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Old 05-25-2018, 04:54 PM   #236
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Re: THE WELL: JACKSTACK99

hey jack do you analyse bb/100 hands won per blind level ? when i'm looking about my own stat i'm seeing i become more tight (about vpip/pfr) when the blind increase. Is it the same for you ?
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Old 06-12-2018, 06:53 PM   #237
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When are you starting to push A2o/K4o/54s vs this type of player ?

a2o i would push 12 bbs and under, k4o i would push 8 bbs and under, 54 suited maybe 6 bbs and unde. It all depends on exactly how tight that fish is


My question was against a reg (sorry, I didn't precise ). Because there are differences between nash and gto ranges (call less, with more suited hands)

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against a reg i am calling NASH always, slightly wider with some hands. Against fish i am using a combination of nash and their hud numbers to help me decide what to jam/call. Let me know if i have answered your question
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Old 06-12-2018, 06:54 PM   #238
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Hey jack ! how do you adjust before flop against an opponnent who have this kind of stat VPIP 94 PFR 86 3BET 41.7 AF 4.9

I choose to limp reraise this guy, in your opinion is the better way ? do you find other adjustment ?

best regards
lots of adjustments vs a player like this, you can 3bet jam pretty wide all kinds of suited connectors any ace etc. Also minraise value heavy against him and limp trashy hands if he lets you, if he is also ISOing a lot then i would begin to open fold more hands on the button
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Old 06-12-2018, 06:55 PM   #239
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Another question for you jack ! what is a good BB/100 hands on sng hu ?

Is an indicator you follow ?
ev/bb100 and i assume your talking about vs fish? if soo then i would say sb a good rate is 15-18 range, and in the bb 8-12 range
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Old 06-12-2018, 06:56 PM   #240
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hey jack i have one for you, is there room to play explo vs high stakes regs or is it all gto? If there is, do you think in the future gto will be the only way?
i don't think there is room to play exploit at higher stakes, you must play as close to gto as you can. At low and mid stakes there is def room for exploit vs most of the regs. I think in the future playing as close to gto as you can is gonna be best for sure vs regs
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Old 06-12-2018, 06:58 PM   #241
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Do u think the hud is overated? how much hands pre or post do u need to exploit someone? And how much hands do u think u need for turn+ stats?
absolutely not, i think the hud is underrated in a huge way by most people. You can start making some exploits with as little as 20 or 30 hands on random players as they will have some obv leaks that will stand out. For turn+ stats you need more hands obv i would look for atleast 8+ hands on a specific turn or river stat to start making adjustments
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Old 06-12-2018, 07:01 PM   #242
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i'm a pationed Player and want to learn a lot more About hu hypers. i found Videos from 2012/13. does the game changed a lot in These years? i'm playing 20$/30$ regularly. whats the best way to climp up and getting better?
how did you get in contact with really good Players to Exchange thoughts?
videos from 2012 and 2013 are mostly not going to help you as they will be outdated. The game has changed a lot in those years for sure, the best way to climb up is to make friends with some higher stakes players or join a team ( stable). I would tell you to join team 651 but unfortunately we are only accepting 60s+ players. So maybe at some point in the future you can join us but for now i would say try and find a staking group where you will receive good coaching, or if you don't want to do that then for sure you will need to hire a coach that can help you progress to the next level
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Old 06-12-2018, 07:02 PM   #243
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hey jack do you analyse bb/100 hands won per blind level ? when i'm looking about my own stat i'm seeing i become more tight (about vpip/pfr) when the blind increase. Is it the same for you ?
yes and yes, you should be slightly tighter as you get shorter stacked. Also your winrate will get worse the shorter you get
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Old 06-13-2018, 08:16 PM   #244
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Re: THE WELL: JACKSTACK99

what is your favorite color?

dont have a real question but its fkn awesome to see someone keep a well going this long

and a fun game with friends, load up hu sngs, take a shot for each table you lose. recipe for rowdy
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Old 06-13-2018, 10:05 PM   #245
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From your extensive experience have you noticed that games are better when the amount of rake as a percent is increased? Asking for a friend.
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Old 06-22-2018, 10:40 AM   #246
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what is your favorite color?

dont have a real question but its fkn awesome to see someone keep a well going this long

and a fun game with friends, load up hu sngs, take a shot for each table you lose. recipe for rowdy
this favorite color thing i never really thought about this for a long time haha, i would say my favorite color is white. Sounds plain and boring but it is beautiful color!!!!

haha i think it seems longer because i personally respond to everyone instead of bunching it all together in quotes

if i did this on my grind i would literally be dead!!! haha
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Old 06-22-2018, 10:42 AM   #247
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From your extensive experience have you noticed that games are better when the amount of rake as a percent is increased? Asking for a friend.
When the amount of rake is increased then yes usually the games are softer and it evens out to if the rake wasn't increased i would say. The reason why is because let's say for example pstars decides to raise the rake then what happens is the mediocre and weaker regs get pushed out or just quit poker to do something else so the economy adjusts and is fine for those who stick around
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Old 06-22-2018, 01:57 PM   #248
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cant wait to drown in fish as soon as we hit 10% rake on stars hypers :>
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Old 06-22-2018, 03:31 PM   #249
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Isn't the 4% rake on $1.5 HU hypers so big that the same player at the same stage of development would have a lower (or higher by less than 0.5%) EV ROI at 1.5s than at 3.5s if (previously bought) Sharky were used to sit the weakest customers at both limits? Or does your data show that the population of the 1.5s is significantly weaker than the one of 3.5s?
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Old 07-14-2018, 03:57 PM   #250
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cant wait to drown in fish as soon as we hit 10% rake on stars hypers :>
10 percent rake? lol i am confused at this
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