Chapter 11: Domino 6.4 – Double and Triple Barreling
Figure 67: Polly calls from the BB, giving Hero a Bread and Butter opportunity on the 86Qr flop.
Figure 68: The turn brings a 7h which only serves to help Polly's range.
Figure 69: LAG Larry shows loads of aggression and doesn't like folding.
Figure 70: This popup gives greater insights into Larry’s tendencies when facing cbets.
Figure 71: LAG Larry calls Hero's preflop raise from IP and a baby board flops.
Figure 72: Hero continues with his triple barreling plan by firing the double barrel.
Figure 73: One of the most beautiful river cards ever.
Figure 74: “I love it when a plan comes together.” – Col. John “Hannibal” Smith, A-Team.
Chapter 13: Domino 7.1 – Making Decisions with Expected Value
Figure 75: All decisions lie along the EV Spectrum.
Figure 76: A short-stacked SB open-shoves $10 into Hero holding 66.
Figure 77: Hero attempts a 2/3 pot river bluff.
Figure 78: 29.2% of Villain's river range is calling Hero's 2/3 pot bluff.
Figure 79: Hero faces a 3/4 pot-sized bet with a FD + 2 overcards.
Figure 80: Placing the 3 options along the EV Spectrum.
Figure 81: Using Equilab to pit AA versus KK.
Figure 82: AA can expect to win, preflop, 84% of the time versus a 15% calling range.
Figure 83: AA loses most of its equity when Villain hits a set with KK.
Figure 84: AA retains its equity on K92 versus a range of hands
Chapter 14: Domino 7.2 – Utilizing the Break-even Point
Figure 85: Visualizing the BE Point on the EV Spectrum.
Figure 86: Put these bluff BE %’s in a sticky note and you’ll soon have them memorized.
Figure 87: Hero makes a bluffing float bet for about 3/4 pot.
Figure 88: Hero always considers his options. Here, check or donk bet?
Figure 89: Villain 75 makes a small OOP cbet and Hero makes a small bluff raise.
Figure 90: Hero bluff raises 3x versus this short-stacked LAG.
Figure 91: This cheat sheet will help you make profitable calls.
Figure 92: Wow, look at all them fishy stats!
Figure 93: Hero is OOP versus Fishy Frank on the Jh Kh 2d board.
Figure 94: Hero turns a straight with the nut flush draw.
Figure 95: Hero makes a small river value bet with the nut flush.
Figure 96: 3 different “Random” flops to improve board recognition skills.
Chapter 15: Exploiting with HUD Statistics
Figure 97: Typing “Cbet” into the search bar finds all cbet-related statistics so you can learn the definitions and formulas.
Figure 98: A 33% open-raising range hits the flop for two pair or better only 5.7% of the time.
Figure 99: Hovering the mouse cursor over the Cbet Flop stat reveals that 93% was calculated from cbetting in 37/40 opportunities in total.
Chapter 16: Eighth Domino – Defending Against Continuation Bets
The 8th Domino
Figure 100: I'm much more profitable as the aggressor than the caller, and aggressively enter pots more often than passively enter them.
Figure 101: I have more opportunities to cbet than face a cbet, and I’m much more profitable when doing so.
Chapter 17: Domino 8.1 – Raising and Check-Raising
Figure 102: Visualizing cbet-responses versus Nancy along the EV Spectrum.
Figure 103: Flopping TP, IP, and facing a small cbet.
Figure 104: Raising is a highly +EV option for Hero's TPTK hand.
Figure 105: Hero is IP with two overcards to the flop, facing a pot-sized cbet.
Figure 106: Not a great opportunity for bluff raising, even with position and 2 overcards.
Figure 107: Flopping a lovely set of 4’s from OOP versus a TAG player.
Figure 108: Flopping a flush draw and one overcard.
Figure 109: Flopping the nuts!
Figure 110: Turning on the flop “Raise Continuation Bet Opportunity” Filter.
Chapter 18: Domino 8.2 – Calling, Floating and Probing
Figure 111: Run these PT4 filters to view/record current results.
Figure 112: My results over the prior 21,294 hands played.
Figure 113: Hero check-calls a 2/3 pot cbet with TPGK.
Figure 114: Hero floats the turn after calling a flop cbet from a “turn honest” cbettor.
Figure 115: Hero probes for 3/4 pot on the river after calling a flop cbet from a “turn honest” cbettor.
Figure 116: PokerTracker 4 automatically calculates the break-even equity you need when considering a call (24% here). In-game, use the break-even calling math cheat sheet (Domino 7.2).
Chapter 19: Domino 8.3 – Donk Betting
Figure 117: Playing a flopped set aggressively with a donk bet.
Figure 118: Folding and checking both risk $0, so they’re 0EV options.
Figure 119: Gotta love your friends “Fold”, “Check” and “Bet” as they always remind you of your options (and their constant tag-along friend, “All In”, who reminds you that you’re playing no limit and you always have bet sizing options).
Figure 120: Flopping 2-overcards and a gutshot with AQo.
Figure 121: Only 28% of Villain’s open-raising range hits TP+ or OESD+ on the JT3r flop.
Figure 122: The wetter the board, the less likely Villain will fold.
Figure 123: Making a large donk bet with a flopped full house.
Figure 124: Villain wakes up with a 2.33x check-raise on the turn Jack.
Figure 125: Hero would love to earn more, but there are too many stronger hands in Villain 7's range that can make this bet.