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Movin' on Up: Full Ring NL: Episode Two

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Movin' on Up: Full Ring NL: Episode Two by Nolan

Nolan splits this week playing 25NL and 10NL. The action is fast and furious as he 6 tables. He builds upon the topics he covered last week in the discussion of why to play full ring and how to play it better than your opponents.

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FoxwoodsFiend showed you what it takes to move up through the ranks of shorthanded No Limit. Now Nolan shows you how to do it in full ring games. With guest appearances by Full Ring coaches SoundedSimple, GoldSeraph and bottomset!

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
  • 48 minutes long
  • Posted over 5 years ago

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TheBeloved

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JellyBean

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Another excellant video as was your first one Nolan.

Keep 'em coming mate

Posted over 5 years ago

JellyBean

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Nolan as i am just starting out on my FR journey what hud stats would you recommend using on screen for holdem manager.

Any other recommendations about using stats would also be appreciated.

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sickbay

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"FoxwoodsFiend showed you what it takes to move up through the ranks of shorthanded No Limit"
what series is this? im interested!

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"FoxwoodsFiend showed you what it takes to move up through the ranks of shorthanded No Limit"
what series is this? im interested!



Movin' On Up.

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resolution is bad on the wmv file cant see stack sizes, stats can just about make out the cards gona check the mp4 see what thats like

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resolution is bad on the wmv file cant see stack sizes, stats can just about make out the cards gona check the mp4 see what thats like


this

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this


I'm producing it a higher resolution now, as a 6-tabling video we have to shrink it somewhat in order to make it playable on slower computers but it looks like this one was shrunk too much.

Rob

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resolution is bad on the wmv file cant see stack sizes, stats can just about make out the cards gona check the mp4 see what thats like



Yes I agree, and thanks for a sharper production on the way.

To Nolan, which HUD stats in your opinion are the most relevant in MT'ing at these levels? Just the standard vpip, pfr and af? Do you tend to keep a minimalist HUD to keep the table less cluttered? Thanks.

TD

Posted over 5 years ago

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The newer resolution videos are up. Once again I am really sorry for the prior mistake. Thank you all for your patience.

-Rusty

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Maybe I missed it, Nolan, but could you explain what your HUD layout is? Thanks.

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PATheDeuce

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In the KK hand around the 46:00 min mark, in an effort to make our river decision simpler, would a shove on the turn make more sense? Being that the turn brought in a second flush draw (5h 6c 9c 6h), and we have essentially a slightly bigger than pot size bet left (about $7 or so in a $6+ pot) and the fact that our opponent is likely stacking off with the overpair if we do get our stack in? Suppose the Ac hits instead of the As, we are still committed to getting the rest in when we bet $4 on the turn, correct? It feels like bombing the turn still will get the money in that spot, no?

TD

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