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How To Beat All PLO Player Types Part 2

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Ville Montonen

MeI’m 37 years old poker player and I have been playing poker since 2006. I started playing PLO somewhere around 2008. I have been working as a poker coach since 2010. During the last 5 years I have produced over 100 educational videos and held few hundred public coachings. So far I have had about 75 private students from all over the world whom I have coached. Not one of them have been unsatisfied (as far as I know) about the content of the coaching. So far I have produced material for two different poker schools, and now I am happy to produce content to too! For whom?Most of my coaching is aimed for PLO2-PLO50 players. It doesn’t really matter what your skill level is, as I can help total newbies and more skilled regulars. It doesn’t matter if your problems are technical, tactical or mental, I believe I can help you. Outside poker I am working as a high level (international) sports coach and as a teacher for kids in preschool and kindergarten. That gives me some tools and perspective to teach others. Private CoachingTypical methods for private coachings are: – Session review (previously played) – Going through hand histories – Session sweating (live) – Database leak finding – Learning equity and pot odds calculations with examples – Learning to use PokerJuice – Going through a specific concept or a spot with examples and hand histories – Addressing mental game errors and leaksOutside of those we can go through theory in different ways, the objective is to find the best ways for student to learn. Normal way to start is to watch a previously played session (in video) or hand histories so we can find what your game level is and what the best ways are to improve it both in short and long term. Two most common topics in coachings have been range definition and how to use that in decision making. I have a lot of experience in teachings those for low stakes players.

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PLO coach Ville Montonen aka Kyyberi shows you how to face off against the various different types of players you'll match up against online;

  • Loose-passive (calling station)
  • Loose-aggressive (maniac)
  • Tight-passive (nit)
  • Tight-aggressive (regular)

In the second part of this video series you will see in practice how to adapt and adjust to different opponents. Kyyberi uses the same spot against four different opponents to show how to exploit them. 

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Kyberi... at 20:37 and you bet 3/4 pot I don't think the NIT folds his KJ (if he has it...he may not like it but) ... there is no str8 or flush possible yet. I may be wrong but I think, especially at the Micros he does not have the skill set or enough discipline(even though he is a NIT) to fold and he prob won't but very well may have the wild hair to RR max (if he has KJ) Am I wrong ?

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Kyyberion 29/4/16

Thanks for the comments! The thing with nits is that they don't like to play big pots with weak hands. He might call with KJ, but if he really thinks KJ is ahead of my c-raise, he might shove it on the flop. His range is weighted towards hands that have equity against my value range, which means mostly combo draws. Of course he might call with bare KJ, but in my mind average nit folds hand like KJ97 on the turn as it doesn't often improve on the river. We are talking about nits, whom are always looking reasons to fold. Against reg/lag/cs the calling ranges are different. If we assume that bare KJ is in his calling range on the turn, then we need to make small valuebet on the river.


jacknstaxon 30/4/16

Thank you Kyyberi

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