CardRunners Training: Tournament Theory with Matthew Janda
Today CardRunners instructor Matthew Janda returns with a classroom-style instructional video discussing tournament theory, with the focus here on 30-big blind and lower stack play.
The Applications of No-Limit Hold’em author begins by exploring how short-stacked strategy has evolved over recent years, then moves on to consider ways stack depth can affect hand value, ranges for calling raises from out of position, and ranges for three-betting from out of position. In this preview, Janda explains an interesting distinction between “robust equity” and “non-robust equity” as it relates to the evaluation of hand strength. Take a look:
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