Originally Posted by LevySystem
Depends on the games you are playing really. Fish is still Fish, alltough it’s safe to say that the overall skill has increased. VS regulars you will have a much harder time nowadays. Alltough even they play far from optimal.
I feel like learning ranges is a good starting point. Just to play good (given the situation) preflop, which translates into a stronger postflop game. Now as said, you want to adapt them given how your opponent plays.
You could also buy a starter course from one of the trainigsites and work that trough. The information will be out there for free, but it will give you some structure.
any sites you’d reccommend? I started playing live games again this past weekend and it felt like riding a bike. Just playing a TAG-ish game put me up big pretty fast so I started trying to consume more content, but they started talking about ranges, I started to get overwhelmed.
Essentially, balancing my ranges, and working though my opponents ranges is probably a skill that i’ll just have to practice.