In episode 7, WiltOnTilt plays 1/2nl heads up against a thinking TAG/LAG with KRANTZ sweating. Wilt and KRANTZ discuss the optimal adjustments and gameflow considerations used to stay one step ahead of their opponent. The match is filled with examples and discussion of 3-bet pots, one of the most problematic areas for players new to aggressive heads up matches.
Krantz and WiltOnTilt provide a heads up No Limit primer. A comprehensive guide to beating small stakes HU NLHE.
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also, great video as usual. i agree with almost all major decisions. i like the A3 shove. maybe its not strictly +EV (because a lot of the time that hes bluffing he probably has a pretty strong draw with a lot of outs) but i think its a great play to make with metagame implications. not only do you learn a lot about this opponent but if you call and win you will put him on megatilt, whether it is by sucking out and hitting an ace on the river or by having the best hand. if he stays and plays a long session, this little investment will reap huge benefits.
following questions (what if
4.55: QJo on JTc7c board; what i he c/r your CB to 24 / 30 / 36 usd? if you call, what turns do you call/fold/shove?
40.19: what if: (269 effective stack): AJs, we 3bet, what if he 4bets to 65? what if he makes it 50 or 55?
58.43: A7o: don't you think that there's value in a 35$ river bet?
1.08.30: ATo: do you snapcall if he overshoves? does a 6 on river change anything?
overall great video, even though i liked some others of the season better