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This is the weekly Pot Limit Omaha and poker strategy radio show of www.PLOQuickPro.com
*Hosted by: Professional Poker Player, WSOP Champion, and poker coach John "KasinoKrime" Beauprez.
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This is the weekly Pot Limit Omaha and poker strategy radio show of www.PLOQuickPro.com
*Hosted by: Professional Poker Player, WSOP Champion, and poker coach John "KasinoKrime" Beauprez.
...The Quick concepts you learn in each lesson are designed to give you the high quality poker strategy you need to make more money at the tables, ALL in 5 minutes/week or less.
* Tune in each week here, and get more free poker training at: www.ploquickpro.com

    QuickFact 23 When Considering A Check-Raise, Look For

    QuickFact 23 When Considering A Check-Raise, Look For

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    Pot Limit Omaha Strategy + Winning PLO Strategy Guide

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    QuickFact #22 Take Note Of What Makes You Uncomfortable, And Then Use It

    QuickFact #22 Take Note Of What Makes You Uncomfortable, And Then Use It

    QuickFact #22: Take note of what makes you uncomfortable, and then use it!

    QuickFact #22: You should rarely float without equity.

    Floating: Opponent Tendencies

    In previous chapters, we discussed a variety of scenarios where understanding opponent tendencies is crucial for making the best decision available, and floating is no exception.

    The first item to analyze is c-betting frequencies. Generally most players display the percentages for how often their opponents c-bet and fold to c-bets on their HUD. This makes sense, because it’s fairly reliable, and offers valuable insight into their post-flop habits. That being said, the c-bet stat is heavily dependent on sample size. Don’t make the mistake of thinking a player is c-betting 100% of boards when you only have 25 hands on him.

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    PLO QuickFact #21 A Random Hand Flops Trips Or A Full House ~20% Of The Time

    PLO QuickFact #21 A Random Hand Flops Trips Or A Full House ~20% Of The Time

    https://www.ploquickpro.com/plo-quickfact-21-random-hand-flops-trips-full-house-20-time/

    QuickStat: A Random Hand Flops Trips Or A Full House ~20% Of The Time

    Paired Boards

    Paired boards are troublesome for beginning players. I get many questions like, “What do I do when I get check-raised? How often does someone flop trips? What kind of line should I take when I flop trips?” These are all good questions, and we’ll discuss how to approach paired boards in the later lessons. For now, I want you to acknowledge the two main characteristics of a paired board. These are:

    Which card is paired
    Whether the unpaired card is higher or lower than the paired card
    To answer the question I posed a moment ago, a random hand flops trips or a full house ~20% of the time. The rank of the paired card and how it fits into your opponent’s pre-flop range are particularly important, because the likelihood of flopping trips or better on a 244 board is much lower than on a KJJ board.

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    Pot Limit Omaha Strategy + Winning PLO Strategy Guide

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    QuickFact 20: Bluffs & Stack Off Decisions On Dynamic Boards...

    QuickFact 20: Bluffs & Stack Off Decisions On Dynamic Boards...

    https://www.ploquickpro.com/quickfact-20-semi-bluffs-stack-decisions-dynamic-boards

    QuickStat: ~55% of flops are two-tone, ~40% of flops are rainbow, and 5% of flops are monotone.

    QuickFact: Semi-bluffs and stack off decisions on dynamic boards are equity driven. The same decisions on static boards are driven by frequencies and opponent tendencies.

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    Pot Limit Omaha Strategy + Winning PLO Strategy Guide

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    QuickFact 19 How Often Do SB Vs BB Confrontations Happen-

    QuickFact 19 How Often Do SB Vs BB Confrontations Happen-

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    QuickFact: The Proximity Effect Is Strong Enough That KQJTr and QJT9r Are Each Slight Losers With 100bb Stacks.

    QuickFact: Other Than These Hands, Most Of The Hands That Can't Play Profitably To A 4b Probably Shouldn't Have Been 3b In The First Place.

    QuickFact: It Is Almost Always Correct To Call Any Single-Suited Unpaired, Non-Ace Hand That Was Good Enough To 3b In The First Place.

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    PLO QuickFact #18 It Is Almost Always Correct To Call Any...

    PLO QuickFact #18 It Is Almost Always Correct To Call Any...

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    The $20,000 Lesson

    The first thing I want to talk about for calling four-bets is the $20,000 lesson, which is the name I came up with to help you remember that four-betting ranges are heavily weighted towards Aces, particularly at the lower stakes. I call it the $20,000 lesson, because that's how much I've probably lost in the past couple of years from calling four-bets when I should have folded instead. For the longest time, I had this huge leak where I always got my money in terrible in four-bet pots, because I wrongly assumed that players four-betting ranges were wider than Aces. Unfortunately for my wallet, I had to lose many big pots to kick the habit, so it would've been great if someone showed me the stuff I'm about to go over with you a couple of years ago.

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    Pot Limit Omaha Strategy + Winning PLO Strategy Guide

    • 12 min

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