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In the second part of the series about 3-bets, w34z3l presents strategy & concepts that will help you defend against 3-bets postflop.


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  • atton64


    Good video, thanks, heard some very good concepts in it. :)

    At 44:41 tree is probably not reasonable. One would think BU has raising range like 10-15%.(I have calculations, but my trees are opening 2bb/3b 8bb, and in that scenario BU has 15 percent raising range OTF T92fd).

    Also, Scylla said whenever you do a tree, you start with raising on the top, then calling, and folding last. Although maybe it is not too important when solving a tree with 'GTO' solver, I personally think it is important to start with that, just because the developer definetly test functions from top to bottom approach. So in my theory it is possible to get bugs and glitches when you dont follow that method. And also my theory is maybe if you lock down certain actions , it can give you lots of trouble, missing hands etc. It sucks when you have to redo lots of trees because of small errors. (haha I did it couple days ago so I should know :P )

    What I didnt see in the video is whether you recalculated with Equilibrium solver when edited the trees. I think every time you tweak the tree, you should rerun the solver. Just in case. Otherwise can face lots of miscalculations.

    Thank you!
  • atton64


    /also great great function is the tree building wizard. If making a tree in 3bet pot takes 45 mins, it shortens it to couple mins(5mins probably). Just right click on the action which will popup the window subtree wizard for equilibrium solver where you can setup betsizes or take the suggestions./
  • w34z3l


    Thanks for the useful info atton64.

    And yeah, I reran the solver off video every time I edited the tree.
  • belgianbeer


    Hi w34z3l,
    first of all, I wanted to congratz you for this amaizing serie. You bring some amaizingly good content !
    I've never used any postflop solver by my own (MTT player from french community ^^).
    I'd go with an advice tho' : My thoughts about this kind of analysis is that when you analyse such things, you should always keep an eye on the both ranges.
    For exemple, the fact that we check-back the smalest FD on the turn, might come from the fact that in his checking range he has some higher FD with which he doesn't want to be facing a raise with. This is actually the way you should play your middel/stronger draw (8-10 outs / drawing to the nut) on the turn with lower SPR. Therefore, this could lead us to filter his range on the turn that will gives us some trouble on the river when we reallize our draw.