013 - Getting Started With GTO Podcast
Someone please clarify this for me. I thought that a GTO strategy was one that would win against any other strategy except another GTO one. That is, it is a singular strategy that does not change based on the opponent. If your opponent is too loose, it wins. If your opponent is too tight, it wins. Listening to this podcast, it seems the procedure is to know your range on certain street, say the river, make some assumptions to determine your opponents range, and solve for the optimal solution. I've recently been reading Will Tipton's book, and he goes through this same procedure. This implies that the optimal strategy is dependent on your opponents range. If you make different assumptions about your opponents range, then you get a different solution. That is where I'm confused. If you're playing a GTO strategy, your opponent's range doesn't matter. True or false? Please explain.