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TitleThe Grinder’s Manual: A Complete Course in Online No Limit Holdem 6-Max Cash Games
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Table of Contents
                            Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Appendix 1 - Author
Appendix 2 - Jargon
Appendix 3 - Figures
                        
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© 2016 Peter Clarke (Carroters)

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Yes absolutely! Hero has some pot equity in the form of 10 outs when Villain does continue with top
pair type hands and still has four outs against strong overpairs and even sets.

Hero also has zero showdown value with this hand and so I'm struggling to find many better candidate
hands to be part of our intentionally wide bluffing range.

You might be wondering what's with the small sizing. Well, let's recap our aims here. We're
exploitatively overbluffing this flop. Since most of our range is a bluff and simply wants fold equity,
again we're catering to the bulk of it by improving our risk/reward ratio and reducing our old friend
RFE (required fold equity).

Using the RFE milestones, we know that this risk of 8BB to win a pot of 8BB only needs to work
50% of the time if we had no equity. Since we do have equity, however, we need even less folds than
RFE suggests and can expect an abundance of folds from a wide range and weak player. This sizing is
great for us and going bigger wouldn't make sense.

Good, now onto the next hand.

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Pre-flop: Hero could elect to 3-bet this hand for value, but with the presence of the Fish in the BB he
wants to flat more of his thinner value hands in order to play pots with this weaker player in position
and capitalize on his mistakes post-flop, but sadly the Fish folds. Even players with 46% VPIPs can
be dealt 72o.

Flop: As we're against a Reg, we care about balance and so Hero's first task is to decide if he wants
a raising on this flop in the first place.

Q1. Does Hero want a raising range?

1. Range Advantage: This time Villain's monopoly on the big overpairs doesn't guarantee him clear
range advantage like in Hands 64 and 65. This is due to the board being much wetter. An overpair
like QQ isn't such a mighty hand on this texture where two pair, sets and straights are possible in both

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Figure 47 - Hands and Combos

Figure 48 - Ranging: Comparing Value to Bluffs

Figure 49 - Building 3-Bet Ranges

Figure 50 - An Example Polar 3-Bet Range

Figure 51 - The Dangers of Over-Adjustment

Figure 52 - The Polar Spectrum

Figure 53 - A Balanced Polar Bluffing Range BU vs. HJ

Figure 54 - 3-Betting BB vs. BU Against Overfolding Reg

Figure 55 - An Example Linear 3-Bet Range

Figure 56 - A Linear Range vs. An Aggro Fish

Figure 57 - A Linear SB vs. CO Range

Figure 58 - In-Game 3-Betting Flowchart

Figure 59 - A Very Polar Squeezing Range

Figure 60 - A Linear Squeeze Range

Figure 61 - Sizing, RFE and FE

Figure 62 - 3-Bet Sizing Table

Figure 63 - Flatting 3-Bet Factors

Figure 64 - A Balanced Defence Strategy vs. 3-Bets. CO vs. SB.

Figure 65 - An Exploitative Defence Range BU vs. BB

Figure 66 - A Very Unbalanced Defense Range vs. a Passive Fish

Figure 67 - Defence Range for Hand 103

Figure 68 - Defence Range for Hand 104

Figure 69 - A Flatting Range CO vs. MP

Figure 70 - A Defence Range for Hand 105

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Figure 71 - A Strategy for Hand 106

Figure 72 - A Strategy for Hand 107

Figure 73 - Turn Barrel Bluff Factors

Figure 74 - River Barrel Factors

Figure 75 - Light Turn Probe Factors

Figure 76 - A Tight OOP Flatting Range vs. a 3-Bet

Figure 77 - A Wide BU Flatting Range vs. SB 3-Bet

Figure 78 - A Bluff Heavy Polar 3-bet Range BB vs. UTG

Figure 79 - A Default Defending Range CO vs. BB

Figure 80 - Dealing with 40BB 3-Bettors

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