Hey what’s up!
Here’s your weekly dosage of PLO knowledge – structured so you can read through it, and use the tips in this email to win money in your next session. Let’s get right into it!
PLO Pro Tip:
Rule of thumb on calling four-bets: it’s almost always correct to call with any single-suited unpaired, non-Ace hand that was good enough to three-bet in the first place.
High Stakes Hand Review:
Here’s this week’s newest hand history review from the 2+2 forum…
Let’s answer the question.. When should we run it twice?
Recommendation of the Week
The two biggest areas I tell new (and many times experienced players) to focus on are preflop opening ranges, and playing three-bet pots. The reason is simple – plugging leaks in these two areas generally shows the biggest results the fastest.
A preflop mistake compounds into huge bb’s lost on later streets, and likewise an error made in three-bet pots can damage your winrate because three-bet pots in PLO often play for stacks.
That’s why I created the Three-Bet Stackoff Guide. Inside you’ll learn:
- Playing OOP: I’ve broken down the numbers to show you exactly when to make a tight check/fold or unexploitably ship in your stack in close spots – clearly outlined in easy to understand tables & charts
- Aggressive Opponents: Learn how to build unexploitable shove ranges against even the most frustrating opponents
- Detailed Hand Charts: 18 deep-dive PokerJuice simulations allow you to see only the numbers that matter, without being overwhelmed with data
- Boarding School: You’ll discover which boards to pound with semi-bluffs & avoid disaster by making thin folds. You’ll also learn why I tell my students “in 3bet pots, the board is more important than your hand…”
My goal is to connect with as many passionate PLO players as possible. Is that you? Respond to this email. I read every one.
John “KasinoKrime” Beauprez
PS – follow QuickPro on Social for twitch stream updates, giveaways, and more strategy tips to help you win money in your next session!