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Author Topic: PLO, NLHE What`s the fkn difference ???
John Doe
Post PLO, NLHE What`s the fkn difference ???
on: February 26, 2015, 07:51
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KRC Started in pm about a plo learning group. And since I couldn`t find the button to play for points I started to some 2$ PLO

Hand #1
Oh, yeah. So you can`t use three of your hole cards ?? Some how I think I went trough this once before.

Hand #2
Sjeezss It`s like there always boss above a boss over here..

Hand #3
So the fish got a stupid lucky card on the river. And I wasn`t gonna fold to his last 20 cents left ever..
Man, I can`t see much of a difference here with NLHE

Hand #4
Meh, I have clearly just no idea what I`m doing here !!!

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John Doe
Post Re: PLO, NLHE What`s the fkn difference ???
on: February 26, 2015, 07:52
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John Doe
Post Re: PLO, NLHE What`s the fkn difference ???
on: February 26, 2015, 08:06
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Meh, so you need to use 2 out of your 4 hole cards ??

I`m done for today !!
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Post Re: PLO, NLHE What`s the fkn difference ???
on: February 26, 2015, 08:54
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omg, lol.

First, get the fuck away from those full ring PLO tables. Full ring PLO is probably the single most boring game ever imagined. Play 6 max.

Second, pretty much none of the hands you're showing here should even be played, they're folds preflop, especially in full ring games.

Third, yes, two cards, not that you "can only" use two cards, it's that "you must" use two cards. You cannot use 3, and you cannot use 1.

Fourth, yes, it's boss over boss every single time, especially at full ring nano stakes PLO, the absolute stone nuts are going to be necessary to win 90% of the pots. Play hands that make the nuts, not these garbage 3rd and 4th nut making hands that you're showing here. Making 2 pair, and then putting money in the pot is usually going to be just burning money for you.

Play aggressively postflop...

...with 10+ high sets (on non straight/non flush boards)
...with big flush draws like nut flush draw + pair or two pair, or nut flush draw + pair + gutshot to a nut straight
...with nut straight wraps + any flush draw or any pair+.

Play pretty much nothing else postflop until you're much more comfortable. It's $2PLO, it's just like $2NL, they aren't folding anything, you have to make nut hands and value bet them to death. So just like when you were first learning to win NLHE, you're going to have to play very tight, never bluff, and bet very big when you make nut hands - there's probably no reason for you to ever bet anything other than full pot.

John Doe
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on: February 26, 2015, 09:40
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Yess, i noticed that. Every one limps and calls. No one normally opens and no one ever folds. So there should be money to be won somehow . .

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Post Re: PLO, NLHE What`s the fkn difference ???
on: February 26, 2015, 10:06
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Play a lot of hands from the button, pretty much anything with connected cards, anything with a suited ace, any pair, etc. Try to find any old reason to play hands from the button. Try to find a reason to fold hands from everywhere else. Still not bluffing, and still not playing aggressively without nutted hands.

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on: February 28, 2015, 23:13
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Oh, and watch the PLO video's, especially the first one. At least you'll then have a clue about what "nut hands" look like preflop and postflop. As well as some sort of understanding about the importance of position. I don't really stress it enough in the first video, I do mention it a few times, but keep in mind that it's at least 100 times more important than I make it seem in that first video.

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