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PokerStars High Stakes: Zoom $500PLO Part 1

Sean Kapul 2,515 Views 35:13 Duration

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Sean Kapul
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I’m Sean from California and I’ve been a mid-high stakes PLO pro for the last 7 years. 2015 was a year full of big wins - I played up to $100/$200, and had a 6.2 bb/100 winrate which includes hands in some of the toughest PLO games online. Poker has given me the freedom to travel, live, and spend time in many special places all over the world, which to me is the biggest benefit of playing poker. That and not having a boss. I continue to study and play so I can keep living my dream lifestyle, and now I’m looking to help aspiring PLO players do the same.In 2016, I have 2 goals - to continue my winning ways at mid-high stakes PLO, and to help good NL players transition successfully to PLO cash games so they can boost their winrates and make more money. To get a feel for my thought process and coaching style, check out my instructional videos here at PokerVIP.And if you want more info on my coaching, visit www.plomastery.com.

Legendary PLO player and PokerVIP coach Sean Kapul takes us into the world of high stakes Pot Limit Omaha playing the Zoom $500 games over on PokerStars. Giving us an in-depth look at...

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lazygrinder

lazygrinder

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ooh hi there autoreload. pls dont play shortstacked its a shitty thing to do and its meaningless , we want to see 100bb+ poker. nice video , keep it up though :p

on 15/8/16

lazygrinder

lazygrinder

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ooh hi there autoreload. pls dont play shortstacked its a shitty thing to do and its meaningless , we want to see 100bb+ poker

on 15/8/16

lazygrinder

lazygrinder

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ooh hi there autoreload

on 15/8/16

sollepolle1

sollepolle1

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Nice video. folding that jacks full of kings was eye opener. I often can't let it go because i'm afraid that nut straight is trying to fold chop hand. yes this situation is little different than usually. Now it was highly likely that opponent don't have nut straight. I try pretty regularly fold out chop hands if i'm pretty sure opponent have a straight, is that a good strategy?

on 27/6/16

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redrooski24

redrooski24on 4/10/16

I wouldn't recommend it below 2/4. The majority of your winrate is gonna come from winning big pots against loose, weaker players and if you shortstack small stakes games you're really limiting those opportunities. And you're paying huge rake.

MilfGrinder

MilfGrinderon 23/9/16

Pretty cool move at 31:30! What stakes could be the threshold for starting to play shallow in your opinion?

redrooski24

redrooski24on 19/8/16

Thanks for the feedback lazygrinder. I agree that playing with 100bb stacks in the videos is the best way for others to learn, and at lower stakes where rake has a much bigger impact on winrates, I definitely recommend playing full stacked. Sollepolle - the advantage of playing short is getting to play against players who might not know how to adjust to a shortstack in the game and mess up their ranges (mostly PF). That and in some hands you get to trap dead money in multiway pots (full stack player stuck in the middle has to fold more often to your shove because of the other full stack behind him). But again, at lower stakes these advantages usually won't make up for the overall higher bb/100 that the rake takes.

sollepolle1

sollepolle1on 16/8/16

lazygrinder if the shortstacking is the best strategy why are you whining. I seriously want to know exactly when i should short stack and when not. It is plain stupid not to use all the weapons in your arsenal.

redrooski24

redrooski24on 28/6/16

Sollepolle, yea it can be a very profitable play to fold out chops especially when you can credibly rep the river bringing a flush or boat. Be careful though and make sure you analyze their range so you don't shove into a flush or boat yourself.

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