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How To Beat Mid Stakes PLO: $400-600 Live Play

Sean Kapul 3,060 Views 38:01 Duration

5/5 (7 Reviews)
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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.

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New PLO mid stakes coach Sean takes to the 400-600PLO tables across Stan James and 888 Poker. Discussing throughout...

With years of experience, 6 figure earnings and playing as high as $100/200, Sean is the perfect coach to help take your PLO game to the next level. 

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lazygrinder

lazygrinder

5/5

nice vid , good and clear reasoning behind plays. tables too small , sigh

on 15/8/16

sollepolle1

sollepolle1

5/5

good stuff. as a serious player i love to see some high quality material.

on 28/4/16

outof50c

outof50c

5/5

Very nice video, you state your thought about your actions at the table in a way that it's easy to understand for the average player because lots of other training videos I watch the coach/player steaks to deep percentage analysis of a hand while playing and i'ts hard to follow sometimes. Yours was nice and simple. One note though, for training purposes and only I think you should keep your future videos with 2 tabling because there is too much going on with 4 tables and if some one is a beginner he won't be able to keep up and will be losing important information. (it could be boring for you to play 2 tables (it is to me :P ) but I believe that quality is better than quantity when it comes to study. Keep up the good work and hope to see some more!

on 29/3/16

Chamelukaon

Chamelukaon

5/5

Very good video and very good explanations. Keep that way :)

on 28/3/16

WiCane

WiCane

5/5

Nice video Sean. Sean has been coaching me for around 3 months. He has a strong understanding of the game and does well to convey that in each coaching session. He has helped me a lot and made me a much better player. I would recommend him to anyone looking to improve their PLO game.

on 28/3/16

ihm

ihm

5/5

Nice video Sean! You explain really well your actions and thought process. Keep them coming!

on 24/3/16

Jon-PokerVIP

Jon-PokerVIP

5/5

So sick to see PLO games this high being reviewed as a coaching video. The swings are just incredible but the theory behind it all is so solid. WP

on 24/3/16

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redrooski24

redrooski24on 4/10/16

It's a combination of things that lead to the flop fold. 1 - we are stuck in the middle of the action with a player left to act behind us, so we need to tighten up our continuing range. 2 - this is a totally naked low FD and the SPR is massive. We have no "extra equity" (backdoor straight draw, bottom pair, opportunity to bluff). Hope that helps.

MilfGrinder

MilfGrinderon 27/9/16

@8:40 you insta muck 8 high FD vs ~22% PSB IP. How high FD is needed to continue there? I'm newbie to PLO.

redrooski24

redrooski24on 25/3/16

At 100bb effective I'm almost always opening for pot from every position. Once effective stacks start to shrink down towards 40-50bb I will still pot open UTG, but size down to 2.5-3x from later positions, and the shorter the stacks are in the blinds, the smaller my opens become. You're right Kyyberi, in the hand I should have specified villain's PF range as well to be more precise. Sometimes when I'm using PPT to analyze later street situations I forget to put that in but it definitely makes a difference.

Chamelukaon

Chamelukaonon 24/3/16

Very good video... Waiting for some more :) GL

Kyyberi

Kyyberion 24/3/16

PPT is powerful tool, but when used with PokerJuice it is even better. As there in your hand analyzis PPT assumes that opponents preflop range is 100%, it gives a bit different results than what would be with his defined preflop ranges. Like if we assume he completes there with 50% range and would open 12%, he has 2 pairs or better 46% of the time on the river. Sometimes if you don't define the preflop range in PPT it can give a bit false information. The difference often isn't that big, but can be crucial. Like now when the preflop range isn't defined, that A includes hands like A222r and AAKKds. Nice to see some bigger stakes PLO, hope to see a lot more!

Jon-PokerVIP

Jon-PokerVIPon 24/3/16

Can you explain a little more about your opening size strategy? Also is it just to do with your stack size or effective stacks vs villains? I am interested about the POT button open as in NLHE this is crazy for obvious reasons.

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