07/10/11 03:29 PM
When I first started learning the math behind push/folding, it was easy to incorporate into my game: there was only 1 variable - opponents calling range. Most players didn't vary too much in their ranges either. For rejams, that extra variable made it way tougher. Plus you have to worry about sample size. In the example you gave vs Skillville, (QT in the BB, 25bb rejam) you set his opening range to 57%. If his true opening range were around 30%, it wouldn't be that uncommon for him to be run at 57% in a small sample of hands. I noticed that correct rejam ranges can change dramatically when you make a really small change to your opponent. For example, lets say you have 20blinds in the BB with normal sized antes facing an open. If villain is opening 25% and calling 10%, you can rejam with 30% of hands. If you increase his opening range to 30%, now you can rejam about 75% of hands. When I saw this and realized how difficult it is to ever get significant samples on people, it made it seem impossible to ever consistently make the right rejams. I guess what I'm looking for is a suggestion on how to simplify all this so I can easily use the information while I'm playing.
07/08/11 12:00 AM
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