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The EV Of 3-Bet Shoving Preflop (With Examples!)

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Aggressive poker is winning poker. But still, most players aren’t super comfortable going all-in preflop with less-than-premium hands. This is an effect of not understanding the EV of shoving preflop, especially since the EV (expected value) of going all-in can be a bit counterintuitive. So let’s go through a few examples together and see when getting it all-in preflop is profitable!

3-BET SHOVING WITH J9

This hand comes from Tim who wants to review this hand played in a tournament. In this hand we have J9s, there’s a $40 ante, the blinds are $150/$300, and in this exact situation there’s a raise from DIOGEN, it folds around and Tim decides to rip it.

So what is the EV of 3-bet shoving here? What even goes into calculating the EV in a poker hand?

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What Is A Poker Fold Equity Calculator?

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I use many tools when analyzing poker hands away from the table…but one of my favorite tools is the fold equity calculator.  This tool only requires a few simple inputs to give me information about how often my opponent needs to fold in order for me to run a bluff.  This is super helpful when going all-in preflop, semi-bluffing draws postflop, and increasing your overall aggression.

This free video will show you what fold equity is, what a fold equity calculator is, and how to use this tool on your own.  As always, if you are a reader make sure to check out the script below.  Enjoy!

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Hello, and welcome to today’s Quick Plays video on using a fold equity calculator.  There are so many different poker tools available, but this is one tool that I use quite often.  In this video, I’ll show you what a fold equity calculator is, how it’s useful, and show you how to use it with some examples! Continue reading