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WPT GTO Trainer Hand Review: Three-Betting From the Big Blind

WPT GTO Trainer gives you strategy tips on how to three-bet from the big blind

You don’t have to be the world’s best player to use GTO Strategy, and thanks to the WPT GTO Trainer, now you don’t have to buy expensive software or have expert level knowledge to study GTO.

The WPT GTO Trainer lets you play real solved hands against a perfect opponent in a wide variety of postflop scenarios for cash game and tournament play.

If your goal is to be a tough poker player then you should try the WPT GTO Trainer today.

Register a free account here (it only takes your e-mail address to begin) to play hands and see true GTO strategy in real-time.

Why is the WPT GTO Trainer a Good Tool?

The WPT GTO Trainer has over 1 billion unique solved flops, turns and rivers that are fully playable.

As you make decisions in a hand, you receive instant feedback on the specific EV loss (if any) and Played Percentage for every action you take as compared to GTO strategy.

The full selection of scenarios for the WPT GTO Trainer are only available to members of LearnWPT, however we’re giving PokerNews readers free access to the Trainer on a regular basis with the WPT GTO Hands of The Week.

Use this series of articles to practice the strategies you learn on LearnWPT (or at the table) and test your progress by playing a five-hand sample each week.

Hands of the Week: 3-Betting from the Big Blind

This is a tricky spot that occurs often in Tournaments.

WPT GTO Trainer gives you strategy tips on how to three-bet from the big blind
WPT GTO Trainer gives you strategy tips on how to three-bet from the big blind

In a tournament with 50 big blind stacks an opponent open raises to 2.5 big blinds from middle position, and you three-bet to 10 big blinds from the big blind and they call.

You have a standard three-betting hand range for this spot and your opponent has a somewhat capped calling range.

This model shows a common spot where you are out of position against a tough opponent on the flop after you three-bet preflop.

Against most opponents, you will have a fairly high continuation-bet frequency in this spot and you can often size down your continuation bets to 25% of the pot on dry flops.

Remember that missed draws are often good candidates to round out a bluffing range and provide overall balance to your aggressive lines.

You will often be put to tough decisions with marginal hands, with the correct decision often coming down to understanding the effects of blockers and the specific suits you hold.

To see more examples and test your skills, you can play through five solved random hands from this scenario.

WPT GTO Trainer

Click here now to access the free five hands from the WPT GTO Trainer!

Scroll down before you start and note the detailed view of the preflop hand ranges.

True GTO strategy can be a bit counterintuitive at first, so don't be surprised or discouraged if certain plays you make show significant EV Loss.

Regular play on the WPT GTO Trainer will help you adjust your decisions closer and closer to GTO strategy.

  • The WPT GTO Trainer gives you access to GTO information on over a billion unique hands

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