In SplitSuit’s video “Simple Squeezes” he introduced and used a powerful spreadsheet that he created. The spreadsheet simplifies a number of calculations for you, including the breakeven % given your squeeze size, the breakeven % given similar squeeze sizes, a simple original vs continuance range fold percentage, and the expected fold % when there are numerous villain’s involved. Before you explore your next squeeze hand away from the table, download this simple tool and use it to save a massive chunk of time.

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This spreadsheet offers most of the mathematical calculations that are necessary when bluff squeezing. Whether it’s a semi-bluff with A9s or a pure bluff with a hand like T6o, it’s important to know how often you can expect your opponents to fold preflop. If they fold often enough, you should be bluffing a ton of the time…and sinking this spreadsheet into your brain (through consistent usage), will help you find more +EV opportunities.

Feel free to download and use* this spreadsheet for your own exploration. If you have any questions, or need any help with it, please first consult the video. If you are still unsure, just post a comment below or in the forums!

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Looking for some starting information when it comes to bluff squeezes? Start with this video:

 

 

* Red Chip Poker LLC and SplitSuit LLC have done their best to vet and test the accuracy of this spreadsheet but cannot guarantee perfect results or output. Please make sure to test and calibrate the spreadsheet before using it, and understand that any changes to the formulas can break the spreadsheet functionality. Also, note that this tool is only for off-table usage and should NOT be used during sessions.

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  • Renzo
    Reply

    Hi, against who kind of villain can I squeeze with bottom suited connectors? 34s+

    • James "SplitSuit" Sweeney
      Reply

      Ones that fold a lot. Or, ones that maybe call a little more often but are OOP and you have sizable postflop edges against.

  • miconian
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    This video seems to imply that the players who are getting squeezed are the ones who called the open raise. You say that it’s not a squeeze if the only villain is the open-raiser. This being the case, don’t you worry that a bluff squeeze might push out the callers, but not the open-raiser… because the open-raiser might actually have something?

    • James "SplitSuit" Sweeney
      Reply

      Yes. In fact, our first consideration is what did the opener likely open with, what would they continue with if we squeezed, and how often could we expect folds from them =)

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