Originally Posted by reverie
What street do people play the worst in PLO? You mentioned the importance of protection earlier so maybe its the turn and not betting enough when Villain has a piece of the equity pie. Or maybe its not bluffing enough rivers when a big chunk of our range got there?
Also, If you don't really care about money anymore, what's stopping you from quitting and using that same drive/determination to do some amazing things with your life? Have you ever considered hiring a specialist to help you work out your goals and better deal with the highs and lows you feel sometimes?
I'd say people don't lead into 3bettors enough. It's like ok he pushes his 4-10% equity edge pf, but that doesn't really mean he fires every board. There is a lot of math behind deciding to lead or check when OOP in 3bet pots, but I see a lot of good players checking marginal spots IP and too many players letting it happen when there most likely hand range is weak.
To nswer your second question, it doesn't happen overnight. I feel like wrestling is accomplishing amazing feats. It's that hard imo. TBH, my paths are endless and many. I don't feel the lows like I used to, nor the highs. This question is the top of the hierarchy of needs(maslow?) and it is the main focus of everything I do on a daily basis. It's the deciding factor on whether or not I want to go ot on a given night or the effort I put into training or money decisions etc.