Originally Posted by WiZZiM
you almost alwayd have 20 to 30 percent vs anyones calling range. its really hard to be lower than 20 percent vs someones range. and then factor in that we have fold ewuity. so if they call 40 percent of hands we win the pot 60 percent of the time. just a very vague answer there.
and if you think players are calling you too wide its most likely a human reaction to being put in s spot where younshoved wide. got called and looked stupid doing it.
search google for
raizin azian fear in sngs. he wrote a really good blog post that covers this well. learn the math behind why shoving is good and then focus on that and try to put the fear of being called aside.
Your absolutely right and I get what your saying. A lot of these players I'm sure aren't that observant but some are. I know I am.
This whole post is a reaction to some runbad I've been dealing with. I'm getting called wide a lot of the time with hands I'm ahead with preflop and not winning. Somehow this is leading me to believe that I should look for hands with more equity to shove with because I've been getting called so frequently.
Thanks for the article, I'll check it out.