My thoughts going into another WSOP season. of note: I skipped last year as -EV for me.
My backlog of work
I have about 3.5 hours of coaching, hours of videos and some proactive to get in before June.
Ranges by stack size and pre-determine reactions
Dont open to lose a pot
Rep hand based on action
What are you doing and why?
Need to be opening looser when over 40 BB (pairs, suited broadway, good Axs hands, 89s+) [can still open/fold]
ISO wider up to 10 BB opponents
Induce range is 12-18 BB (less than that, shove). [note: still doing 12-15]
I AM LOSING VALUE instead of trying to play Equity poker. RANGE THEM! (play vs range)
Stop ripping AK when >30 BB. less than 12? 12-20 induce?
3bet more : ~10% of hands (vs. <5%)
light 3-bets help image, can help range flatting villains easier, dont always need to make a hand to win.
have to work at being >40BB
(its OK, even good to showdown weak hands)
stop playing OOP with 40+ BB
what am I selling? (repping) vs what is he repping?
you really need to be folding to check raises and river bets when deep or pre-ante
you're sloppy!!! Tighten it down! stop calling off when beat, making sloppy bets
be very tight pre-ante.
I leave too much money on the table! I am still not reading during the hand vs. in hindsight. START RANGING AS SOON AS THEY ENTER THE POT. pay attention to their stack size!!
take lines vs. stack size! Dont be afraid of someone with <20 shoving on you when you have 50+, those are your gambling chips! find the max value. find the correct line. Focus on playing my best and throw the rest out.
It always sucks flatting OOP.
Open up the throttle with a STACK (50+), mix in some light 3 bets.
go back to difficult spots and run equity calculator.
rip the middle pairs from MP with 15BB, but look at stacks first.
DO NOT ASSIGN HIM AN INITIAL RANGE, THEN LATER PUT HIM ON A HAND THAT YOU WOULD HAVE ELIMINATED! ESPECIALLY IN SB OR BB OR EP. GIVE INITIAL RANGES and REMEMBER them.
Dont miss an opportunity to win a big-ass pot.
Pound away at guys, but dont call off with a stack.
there is no edge in a guess.
feel more comfortable with the hand if you are ahead.
stop playing post-ante multi-way pots.