Mastering Small Stakes Pot-Limit Omaha

How to Crush Modern PLO Games

JNandez 336 pages

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Welcome to the wonderful world of Pot Limit Omaha!

With four hole cards instead of two, PLO is a far more nuanced game than No-Limit Hold’em and one that emphatically rewards greater skill. This makes it a very profitable game for serious players – especially when playing at the small stakes where recreational players consistently make expensive preflop and postflop mistakes. 

Mastering Small Stakes Pot-Limit Omaha is a thoroughly comprehensive guide that will give you all the tools you need to gain a huge edge at lower stakes play. Fernando “JNandez” Habegger is a successful high stakes professional player and leading PLO coach with his own training site at PLOMastermind.com. He has trained hundreds of players to become successful at PLO.

In Mastering Small Stakes Pot-Limit Omaha, preflop play is broken down by identifying nine different hand categories and analysing how hands within each of them are handled preflop. Postflop analysis is based around the powerful technique of the Four Pillars of Postflop Play. The combination of these two creates a powerful gameplan that constitutes a fast track route to domination at the lower stakes. Further topics include adjusting to live play, PLO tournaments, building the right improvement habits, dealing with variance, and managing your PLO bankroll.

SMALL STAKES POT-LIMIT OMAHA ONLINE GAMES: A PRACTICAL GUIDE

 

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Small Stakes Pot-Limit Omaha Online Games: A Practical Guide by Fernando “JNandez” Habegger

This video pack consists of 9 videos. Details are as follows:

Video 1:
A general introduction to the pack, explaining why the concepts chosen for discussion are fundamental to achieving success in PLO.

Video 2:
How to make better pre-flop decisions by thinking critically about Expected Value and understanding how solvers work in a way that improves your own decision-making. Learn why certain plays are preferred in certain situations and how to understand the generic principles that underly these decisions. Thinking about how to vary from the GTO recommendations to exploit player tendencies.

Video 3:
How to react after opening from the Cutoff in two situations that are common and are also frequently misplayed. First, the Button calls and then the Small Blind squeezes. Second, the Button 3bets. In both situations players typically call too much, implying that they underfold and also under-4bet. Learn how to fix these leaks in both situations.

Video 4:
Understanding why the Stack-to-Pot ratio is so important and learning how to run simulations in MonkerSolver to learn about stack off theshholds in different situations.

Video 5:
This video addresses a common situation that is frequently misplayed: playing in 3bet pots on dry boards (rainbow and not usually featuring cards higher than a jack) as the aggressor. At higher SPRs players are often unwilling to bet these pots aggressively, fearing difficult situations on later streets. However, it is usually better to take an aggressive approach and this video explains why with examples.

Video 6:
This video discusses the topic of three-barreling in single-raised pots playing in position. This is another common scenario that is often misplayed. The key factors are considerations in c-betting the flop and then thinking about turn transitions. Finally river play and general sizing concepts are also exmpored.

Video 7:
How to handle multi-way pots. In contrast to hold’em in PLO equities run close and this encourages more calling pre-flop, leading to more multi-way pots. Understanding how to play these is critical for PLO success. This video discusses 50 examples from online play, exploring the key issues that arise.

Video 8:
A video that focuses on online play at low stakes (25c/50c). The format is the equivalent of rush or zoom poker so a tremendous number of hands can be played and discussed. This video is excellent for illustrating the practical application of the concepts discussed in the earlier videos.

Video 9:
A session review. This video explains how to analyse a session in terms of understanding if your plays were appropriate and how to extrapolate the lessons learnt into general principles that can be applied in the future.

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