GTO Postflop Video Course
In this 14 hour series of 29 videos we use GTO+, the only publicly available solver for 6+ holdem. My goals when using a solver is not only to find the GTO solution, but also to see where people are likely to deviate and how I could exploit such tendencies. Most people do not know how to use a solver, and coming from one of the most solved formats (spin and go’s and HU SNG), I have a vast array of knowledge with solvers that I brought to my study in short deck. If you want to learn how to properly use a solver in short deck this series of videos is essential in my opinion. After watching these videos, you will be equipped with the power to properly use a solver in order to improve your own game. If you have access to a solver and know how to use it properly, there should not be any need to ever spend anymore money in coaching to be honest.
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|Part 1||BTN vs CO 3max 100a OR pot GTO analysis J96cc||45 min|
|Getting a full understanding of how GTO plays J96cc in an Open Raised pot. Mostly a Flop analysis with a couple of turn analysis at the end.|
|Part 2||BTN vs CO 3max K69r 100a limped pot||44 min|
First part is fully reviewing the interesting hand in how often we should CB on K96r in a limped pot. And in position how should we continue our range? We continue with the hand example on the interesting turn and river. We also look at good hands to floatbet in position vs a check on the flop getting a full overview of Flop strategy..
We finish with some nodelocking on the flop to see how to play against somebody who may be cbetting too frequently on the flop.
|Part 3||BTN vs HJ 4max 100a ISN pot vs fish J76r *Watch for Free*||45 min|
|In a spot where folding our hand would be a massive mistake against GTO, can we find a fold when playing vs somebody who is clearly ISOing much too linearly and not bluffing enough on Flops?|
|Part 4||CO vs BTN ISN J87ss||42 min|
|An analysis of how to play low straight possible board from OOP in an ISO pot. Should we have a donking range and what does it look like as well as looking at turn ranges and if we can overbet shove on an Ax.|
|Part 5||CO vs MP 100a 3max ISN pot GTO Flop analysis A97cc||22 min|
|When we ISO from CO vs a MP limp and the Flop comes A97cc. How should our CB range be constructed? Should we just use one sizing with almost our entire range? Do we want to split sizings and have a checking back range?|
|Part 6||HJ vs BTN ISN 100a K87ss||24 min|
|On K87ss in an ISO pot against a player who is ISOing with a merged and strong range, should IP CB have an overbetting range? And if he does do that, what should be OOP calling range vs such a huge overbet?|
|Part 7||CO vs HJ ISN pot 100a T97ss||40 min|
|When we Isolate from CO vs HJ and get called, how do we play on T97ss. What if the villain does not have much of a donking range or does not donk enough, how does our CB range change?|
|Part 8||HU AK6r 100a ISN pot||30 min|
In a heads up pot where ranges are wide for a bloated ISO pot, how should our CB range be constructed on this board that our range dominates. And why do we want to have such a large frequency of checkbacks?
We also look at some turn spots after the Flop checks through to see how both players should play in this unintuitive spot.
|Part 9||HU KJ9hh 100a ISN pot||28 min|
In HU ISO pot, what should the full Flop strategy look like on KJ9hh? Why should OOP donk a large range, why should our CB strategy be with a lot of blockbetting. OTT after the Flop checks through, we talk about why OOP played his hand well with an overbet and why exploitably folding our overpair was fine.
Finally we nodelock to where the villain does not have enough of a donking range.
|Part 10||J8Qdd HU limped pot Flop GTO analysis||41 min|
|On QJ8dd in a HU limped pot. What should the full Flop strategy look like? Which would be the best Flop sizings to use? What are the best types of hand combinations to be betting or checking with and why?|
|Part 11||K6Ass HU ISN GTO Flop analysis and Turn approaches||26 min|
|Comparing how to play on different Axx boards in different situations and then doing a full GTO Flop analysis AK6ss in a HU pot.|
|Part 12||987cc HU GTO and exploit Flop analysis||41 min|
|Full GTO Flop analysis of 987cc by GTO and talking of some small deviations we could make for soft exploits.|
|Part 13||J6Thh HU OR Flop analysis GTO||45 min|
|Why JT6hh can benefit from having 2 sizings OTF in an open raised pot situation. Then looking at the full GTO strategy when playing vs someone using both strategies of only one sizing vs 2 sizings.|
|Part 14||6max BTN vs CO ISN vs 3 Q77r deep vs 100a analysis||11 min|
|Quick analysis on how to play on Q77r in an ISO pot and why despite the Isolator not having many 7x’s, we still cannot attack his range even if he has a 100% range CB strategy.|
|Part 15||6max BTN vs CO ISN TJ8r Flop GTO analysis||14 min|
|In a 6max ISN pot where the ISOer has a very strong range and the caller OOP has a wider range, on TJ8r, what should be the full GTO strategy?|
|Part 16||6max BTN vs CO call IP vs ISN Q9Jss||18 min|
|As the Coldcaller OTB vs an ISO, what should the full Flop strategy look like on Q9Jss?|
|Part 17||6max JThh on QJ8ss in flat vs ISN pot HJ vs CO vs overbet shove by IP||9 min|
|Vs somebody who coldcalls IP vs my ISO, how should the Flop strategy be constructed for both IP and OOP. Why should the IP player never overbet in these spots?|
|Part 18||6max How to play overpairs on Q98ss vs fish in ISN pot IP||8 min|
|A quick video on how to exploitatively play overpairs vs recreational players on wet Flops in position in ISO pots.|
|Part 19||3max 2p vs XR OTT on KJ8r limped pot BTN vs CO||18 min|
|A video focused on Turn play. Which combos to select to barrel for bluffs and value OOP? And what combos to select to floatbet OTT after calling a Flop CB IP?|
|Part 20||3max Overpair OOP on drawy T67r board in OR pot CO vs BTN||14 min|
|How to play an overpair OOP in an OR pot on T67r? Should we have a betting range OOP and what should our XR range be composed of?|
|Part 21||HU QT6ss OR pot GTO Flop analysis||28 min|
|In a HU pot in an OR pot, let us take a deep dive into the Full GTO solution of QT6ss. And why having 2 sizings OTF is the best strategy for the OOP player.|
|Part 22||3max MP OR vs HJ call 87Kcc more checking should be done!||28 min|
|Analyzing a spot where MP OR and we called. Why should both players be playing more passively on this board structure of K78cc in general?|
|Part 23||6max 100a A87r HJ vs BTN limped pot Overall GTO strategy on Flops and turns and exploits||36 min|
In a limped pot on A87r, we look at why the OOP limper should not have a high CB frequency.
Then we look at the full Flop strategy and some exploits that can be made on Flops and Turns.
|Part 24||6max KQ7sss ISN pot MP vs HJ monotone Flop play IP and OOP||24 min|
|We look at how monotone Flops should be played and why on the Flop the sizing that makes the most sense for both players is a block bet. Then we look at what combos of hands we can use to raise vs a CB and how to play turns when the 4 to flush completes.|
|Part 25||6max MP vs UTG ISN pot 150a on A86r 75% how to construct ranges on Flop and turns||17 min|
|In an ISO pot. How should the entire range be played in an ISO pot on A86r and on some turns.|
|Part 26||6max CO vs HJ OR T96cc Flop and turn strategies and river bluff catching vs a donk||27 min|
|In an OR pot on T96cc we take a full look at the Flop strategy as well as an interesting turn. We try to create a solid Flop strategy. What are the best sizings to use with which holdings?|
|Part 27||6max HJ limped pot vs BTN Q6Jhh bluffraising Flops IP and bluffcatching OOP||21 min|
|In a HJ vs BTN limped pot. We decided to bluff off, was it a good bluff or was it spazz? How can we properly construct bluffing and bluff catching ranges here?|
|Part 28||6max CO vs EP ISN why AJTcc needs to be played aggressively by both players!||25 min|
|In an ISN pot on AJTcc, why does the population tend to play passively in general on this Flop structure?|
|Part 29||6max BTN CvISN vs CO AQ9cc||14 min|
|In an ISN pot, we look at an interesting hand and how it should be played on both Flops and Turns. What combinations of hands make for good slowplays, and which ones do not?|