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« Reply #15 on: April 03, 2013, 09:43:23 PM »

Using the chart exactly as is will mean you are making unexploitable plays against other people assuming they are also playing correctly. As soon as they deviate then you must adjust/deviate also or its costing you money. It doesnt really matter how marginal it is or not... losing money is losing money.

Thank you, you did a better job of articulating what I was trying to say...

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« Reply #16 on: April 03, 2013, 10:25:13 PM »

I didn't say the amount of ev-/+ was marginal I said the adjustments were.  By that I meant they were difficult to implement.  

Also I am happy to be proved wrong but I'm fairly certain that the looseness or tightness of the opponent has to be substantial to justify any adjustment.

A pretty simple example is 5m in the small blind opening:

So whats the worst hand that a tight bb and a loose bb would call with that would make you adjust from this range and how much would you adjust?

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« Reply #17 on: April 23, 2013, 11:13:25 PM »

yeah, agreed its extremely difficult to adjust. Sorry if I didnt quite understand your point before

However, you cannot just follow GTO charts to the letter as explained before. If you want to, thats fine and in certain situations, as you correctly point out, where adjustments are extremely marginal then its not hurting you too much. In practice though, players (especially at micro stakes) are playing so far from GTO you have to adjust. How you do this is through study off the tables playing with the ranges in different spots, and a lot of practice Smiley

This is my understanding of the theory anyway, maybe someone better than me can chime in and correct me
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