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currrr14: Breaking Down A Villain's Ranges Part II

Here's the second installment in currrr14's new series of videos on how to break down an opponent's ranges. While the first video was all about analyzing the stats on this opponent, a high stakes reg, to put him in ranges, this part proceeds on to reviewing hand histories versus this opponent, using our enlightened knowledge of opponent's ranges as the context for reviewing the decisions made.

Check out the first video here if you missed it, and stay tuned for more in this series.

Some questions

Hi,

on the 3rd minute with AQs. Do you think  checking back as an viable option since he probes rarely?

How would you play A6o no BDFD in that spot?

10 min 89o on paired F. Do you use a c/r as a part of making villain indifferent to bluffing?

Thank you for the video, I enjoyed it.

TiltForFun

HUD

When will this new hud be available?

Bauce.

Quoting RyPac from the first

Quoting RyPac from the first Vids comments.

"He spent dozens of hours making his own modifications. Possibly 100 hours when you include the learning time. He grinds HS HUSNGs regularly and wanted to customize his HUD to make it the exact way he wanted it.

It's not actually CoffeeHUD. He was an original buyer of CoffeeHUD, then spent 6+ months working on making changes based on the CoffeeHUD."-RyPac13

Hi, may i ask how do you

Hi, may i ask how do you calculated the 60-62% range you need to be calling to make his cbet/checkback equal in the 4KK hand. (last hand or one before last)

THanks

Hi, may i ask how do you

Hi, may i ask how do you calculated the 60-62% range you need to be calling to make his cbet/checkback equal in the 4KK hand. (last hand or one before last)

THanks

The bluffing indifference

Bluffing Indifference = bet / pot + bet
so BI = 40 / 80 + 40 = 1/3 = 0.333
Assuming no other factors you need to call top 66.66% of your range

However, you are comparing Villian's two options in terms of EV

EV(Check Back) = EV(CBet)

Often when you choose to CBet a hand you give up the equity it has by isolating it against a stronger range it either has less equity against or no equity when you could have checked back and been up against his whole range ( minus his leading range) in which you have more equity against.  So by cbetting the hand we need to give him more folds than the indifference  otherwise villian would strictly prefer checking back.