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Welcome to the community Tocnos and thank you for posting!Your hand has 33% vs. 2 x 100% ranges so we can safely assume that the value from raising here shall come mostly from fold equity preflop or misplayed flops. The first is something you can’t really expect since SB is the one with the tight…
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Hey JNandez87, thanks for posting 🙂I assume you want to have an EV of shoving after UTG raises and BTN overcalls as hand vs. range vs. range?! In that case you can fill in the correct values if you “pretend” that you first call – and then shove =>So with slightly adjusted p…
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Hi Haacko and welcome to PokerJuice community!I also think this is a clear fold. I have adjusted your preflop ranges a little bit using PokerJuice ranges instead of PPT ranges (you might want to read this post for further explanation) and having added excluding ranges (since nobody 4 bet you). I a…
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Great question bmbsQuad! And welcome to PokerJuice community 🙂The suggestion from Kyyberi above indeed gives you a good pointer as to how a hand is ranked. However important to notice that the parameters used by PPT only has something to do with preflop equity and not other important factors suc…
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I think you shal pot this flop when you want to Cbet due to the SPR~4 (so you can get SPR~1 on turn). This would also have made turn an easy shove 🙂 Having this hand in your XR on this flop is also viable since it hits his range pretty well.There were a slight error in your ranges since you for…
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Not quite sure how to construct a XR range for preflop raiser on this flop but it will surely not have any BF hands. This means you can just enter “*” in SOR when you run the Shove vs. SOR. The assigned range looks fine to me but I have added some nut flush draws hands: Khh:(J9+,A+) …
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Video #3: PokerJuice Preflop Ranges out! 🙂
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Hi Andrey, Welcome to the community and thank you for posting! “I didn’t understand yet how to post an image of PJ hand that everyone can see ranges I put and such, so here’s just a link of a hand” If you first click Post and Share link and the choose “Post to PokerJ…
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Q: Does PokerJuice support weighted ranges like for instance QQ@50? A: No. The reason being that Odds Oracle does not support weighted inside nested ranges. And since PokerJuice uses nested ranges (Preflop -> Flop -> Turn -> River) throughout the application it is not possible to use weig…
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What you should do is to try to narrow Villain’s range here street by street. Let’s go through that process while keeping it simple: Preflop Here Villain calls a bet from the button. He did not squeeze. You are correct to exclude a squeezing range from his calling range. However, I wou…
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Hi Ratatuj, Thank you for joining the community and for posting! You have done it correct up to this point with assigning both players both preflop and flop ranges. Now PJ tells you that you have 20% 3 way which in this spot is enough to conclude that you should fold. For more general info …
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Preflop Your preflop range of $FI20 !AA is not bad. Some people have constructed fold-vs-3bet ranges (and it is on my to-do list as well) but the easy way is to just narrow the opening range a bit (although it is not quite the same). Flop – SPR 4 Before doing any range analysis let me make …
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Difficult to answer these questions because all depends on how villains play different part of their ranges. The only approach is to find a near equilibrium strategy and based on that we can estimate how we adjust depending on how wide they deviate from it. Therefore we have PJ. If you want, you …
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I obviously like when users compliment PokerJuice but I equally like to hear arguments for not using PokerJuice since it can point us in a direction on how to improve and how better to understand the user obstacles for getting started! One of these arguments is that PLO ranges are so complicated…
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Ok, I am going to take a slightly different approach. It seems like you have assigned him a rather tight cbet range of “AA,9+,dd” on the flop. And if this is the case you should simply just just fold on the flop. You only have 37% against that range, you are oop and you only have 2 nut …
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