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Paul 'lnternet' Otto, Mid-High Stakes 6-Max & Heads-Up Cash Game Coach & All Around Soul-Destroyer at PokerVIP.com Paul Otto has consistently been within the top 10 winners at Ongame throughout 2010/2011. He Plays the 6-max, 3-max as well as the occasional Heads Up games at stakes 2/4 - 5/10, with higher stakes mixed in on occasion.  He’s also enjoyed a few EPT cashes, making him a very well rounded player with a self-proclaimed loose aggressive style. For those of you who frequent the TwoPlusTwo forums, you may recognise Paul under the alias ‘Internet’. He’s a well respected member of the world’s largest online poker forum, and is leading the war against online bots at the Ongame network. I think you’ll agree his graph, win rate and other statistics for the year 2011 speaks for themselves. Paul is clearly a player at the top of his game:  Paul Otto has consistently been within the top 10 winners at Ongame throughout 2010/2011. He Plays the 6-max, 3-max as well as the occasional Heads Up games at stakes 2/4 - 5/10, with higher stakes mixed in on occasion.  He’s also enjoyed a few EPT cashes, making him a very well rounded player with a self-proclaimed loose aggressive style. For those of you who frequent the TwoPlusTwo forums, you may recognise Paul under the alias ‘Internet’. He’s a well respected member of the world’s largest online poker forum, and is leading the war against online bots at the Ongame network. I think you’ll agree his graph, win rate and other statistics for the year 2011 speaks for themselves. Paul is clearly a player at the top of his game. Coaching Rates $400 per 90minute session. $250 first time to try out. If you're interested in personal coaching from Paul, please submit a request here.

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Andre

Andreon 19/8/12

great job! I loved the math/theory part, you explained it pretty well and it was eye - opening for me. pls keep them videos coming!

Kapp

Kappon 9/8/12

I'm a leggo and a DC member and this is easily the best NL vid I've seen in the past year. The PPT stuff was excellent; really helped me think beyond hot cold equities, I would love to see more in game math/theory, and anything else involving PPT. Thanks Paul, great job.

Jamie

Jamieon 26/6/12

Sorry for the mixup with the order of the comments. When we moved sites it went a little funky. We've got a lot more videos from Paul coming soon!

lnternet

lnterneton 21/5/12

It's number I made up yes, you could say that. But try this: construct an example spot in a 4bet spot and see what the weakest hands are that can continue to a cbet. Usually those hands will be in a 30% equity region: like overcards gutshot or midpairs.

lnternet

lnterneton 21/5/12

Yes, the player with initiative (the most polarized range) has an advantage postflop. But we can also flop T93 with J8s, and villain cbet/folds K8 incorrectly. In general, the shorter the stacks, the less positional advantage and the less a stronger range advantage matters, and the more just raw equity matters.

on 18/5/12

When using 30% equity needed postflop you dont take into account all the times when flop will be A high (or K/Q high) and he takes it down with a cbet with all his holdings, including his air holdings (or missed 99-TT-KQ etc). So even though your equity with J8s vs his 95s is great on an AQ8 board you will lose the hand. Can you comment on that?

giannis

giannison 11/5/12

Hey Paul I enjoyed your video, the part with maths was greate, if u can do some more maths ill be greatefull :) keep it up

onyourbike

onyourbikeon 10/5/12

Interesting video. I think the guy below was asking how you arrived at the assumption that we need 30% minimum equity to continue against a cbet. Is this just specific to how you treat 4bet pots?

lnternet

lnterneton 9/5/12

You need to try to be more concise with your question.
But imagine we are bet into on the river, and the bet is pot sized. A call of ours would result in showdown. If our hand wins 1/3 of the pot on average when we call (has 33% equity), calling is better than folding. One way of rationalizing that is saying we receive 2:1 pot odds, so we need to lose:win 2:1, or win 33%.

On streets before the river we can't make definite statements like call

thomash

thomashon 8/5/12

Thanks for your video, it is very good.
I have one question. I would like to know how you define the equity you need postflop?
You said you need 30% but why? And if villain cbets 1 PSB we have our 30% of equity? Am I wrong?

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