Mastering Blind Defence (Follow-up video series to Mastering Pot-Limit Omaha)

Herbert Okolowitz , Wladimir Taschner

Description

Blind Defence is one of the most important topics in order to become a successful Pot Limit Omaha player. Boost your winrate now with this follow up video series for Mastering Pot-Limit Omaha. The modern aggressive approach.

“Mastering Blind Defence” covers in detail the preflop ranges and GTO postflop lines when defending your small and big blind.

* Ideal preflop ranges from the Small and Big Blind
* Constructing game theory optimal postflop lines
* Understanding the interaction between preflop ranges and board textures
* Principles of constructing GTO postflop lines

Each video gives detailed advice on your preflop ranges from the Small Blind and Big Blind when defending against typical opening ranges. Although the entire video series focuses on post flop play defending your blinds passively there is a lot of preflop advice regarding 3-bet ranges too.

The focus of the videos lies then on defending passively by cold calling preflop, and each video covers in detail the postflop play on typical board textures from the Small and the Big Blind in order to have balanced and game theory optimal ranges.

Typical board textures are:

* Semi connected Boards
* Connected Boards
* Monotone Boards
* Paired Boards

Learn how to construct game theory optimal ranges with different holdings on typical board textures. Minimal variations to your holecards and the board texture provide a lot of useful advice: how do certain board textures interact with preflop ranges? How does it affect your post flop lines? What adjustments do you need to make if you there is a flush draw? How do you need to adapt if the board is 986 instead of T97 or JT8?

These permutations provide not only concrete advice, but will help you understand the priniciples of post flop play and to construct your balanced ranges on your own.

The full series contains 8 videos in 03:55:47.

  • SB_Semi_Connected_Boards (25:28)
  • BB_Semi_Connected_Boards (26:27)
  • SB_Connected_Flops (19:37)
  • BB_Connected Flops (38:29)
  • SB_Paired_Board (29:10)
  • BB_Paired_Board (28:51)
  • SB_Monotone_Board (26:18)
  • BB_Montone_Board (41:27)