# Poker Video: No Limit Hold'Em by shuttle (Micro/Small Stakes)

## Running the Streets: Episode Seven

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### Running the Streets: Episode Seven by shuttle

Shuttle discusses stealing the blinds and the affect blinds have on poker as a whole.

Have you ever found yourself in a spot where you know your opponent's range, but you still don't know the best play? If so, then this series is for you! We will show you how to determine the optimal lines in tough situations AFTER you have already assigned your opponent's range.

### Video Details

• Game:
• Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
• 52 minutes long
• Posted almost 3 years ago

## Comments for Running the Streets: Episode Seven

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#### zenben

1270 posts
Joined 03/2009

Definitely appreciated the visual ev tree-this makes it much easier to conceptualize the math-thank you.

#### Ms.Bungle

827 posts
Joined 06/2008

I liked it ( You asked for feedback on this )!

While this example was fairly simple, I think this approach wold get more and more useful, the more complex the situations get. I feel that this may be a good systematic way to check/ensure to myself, that I am SETTING UP the math properly/doing the RIGHT math, which is often my struggling/uncertain area. Esp. like I said, when things get more complex. Would potentially give a "flowchart" to refer back to, to make sure that these equations I want to be doing, are set up properly, and thus perhaps I could FINALLY feel secure that I am getting reliable, valuable information from my efforts!! Not so easy, when you don't hold a math degree yourself!

#### inonno

33 posts
Joined 10/2009

Yep - liked it as well.

Perhaps an idea for another video which relates to the stuff at the end: in "The mathematics of Poker" by Chen and Ankenman theres a discussion of calculating the push-fold tables. They start with a large stack and by making it smaller hands come in and go out of the call/fold range, sometimes in different proportions. Then they go on to consider small stacks where you seem to always shove or fold a hand. I would be interested in seeing a more coherent presentation of this material. (Perhaps you talked about this stuff in the game theory videos - I haven't got round to looking at them yet).

#### shuttle

3358 posts
Joined 11/2008

Then they go on to consider small stacks where you seem to always shove or fold a hand. I would be interested in seeing a more coherent presentation of this material. (Perhaps you talked about this stuff in the game theory videos - I haven't got round to looking at them yet).

There could definitely be some potential there. I'll keep that topic in mind.
Send me a PM if you want to discuss this further!

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