Hey Marvin, good video so far I'm about half way through.
Firstly I am definitely interested in more PLO videos, I would like to see more on Leggo for sure, especially small-midstakes.
Secondly some questions
At about 8 min in we get Ah7hKdQd and we open from UTG with a lagy fish in the HJ. You say "if we are 3b here by this fish (with a 3b of 14% over 162 hands) you would likely 4b because we're hurting his range PF, crushing his range PF". I just don't see how that is since versus the top 14% of his hands we barely have an edge, with 51% equity. PF play is one of the biggest adjustments for me since moving over from NL so I'm interested as to what you meant when you said this.
At about 20 min in we get QJJ7 single suited in the HJ with a huge fish in the blinds (72/x). Can you elaborate why you're folding this hand here and not in your games? My best guess is because you expect the CO and BUT to call often IP in order to play with the fish, in which case our hand sucks OOP multiway.
Great vid, I just finished it and have a couple more questions.
At ~31 min we have Td3d9s2c in SB on a flop of 5d3c2d, limped pot. We lead and you suggest double barrelling almost every turn.
Question: what turns are we not double barrelling? My best guess is the 5 for sure, but also A,7,6,4?
Follow up question: how should we be thinking about our T high flush draw here, as outs or more like blockers? If we turn a diamond here I'd assume we're bet folding the turn as nothing worse is raising for value.
At ~37 min we have Kd8dJhTh in the SB and the HJ fish (82/18) min raises. You briefly talk about the factors to consider before 3b'ing OOP here, mainly 1) HJ is a big fish but is short stacked with only 60bb, and 2) the BB is also a massive fish (68/39). In the end we decide to 3b OOP.
Question: I suppose I don't really understand how those factors weigh against each other. In NL for instance I would think we would always call with a hand like this to keep the other fish in right? So I'm not really sure why 3b'ing is the better option here.