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Poker with Your Pants On: Episode Two

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Poker with Your Pants On: Episode Two by livebikebart

Bart talks new hands, new opponents, old opponents, but always interesting spots.

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Bart brings his live No-Limit hands from his play in LA's casinos.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: High Stakes
  • 57 minutes long
  • Posted almost 3 years ago

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hank

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Joined 05/2010

That's really hard to say. I played 2000 hours of 5-10 and never went on more than a 7k downswing...that is until my most recent 150 hours where I lost 18k straight. I think you can definitely take a shot with 10K and chances are that if you are good you'll run it up to 25 before you run it down to 0.



this is what we pay for?

jk bart. u da man!

Posted almost 3 years ago

hank

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My suggestion would be to stay at Commerce. The 10-20 is the absolute best when most of the pros are at the WSOP.



do u really make enough as video boy to give out this info?

Posted almost 3 years ago

hank

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Hey Bart have you thought off doing an episode with LIMON as a co-host?
could be effing awesome imo

Great series so far btw.



LDO. they should just play HU and charge $1000 an episode. (or get some decent sponsors and GIVE IT AWAY NOW chilli peppers style)

Posted almost 3 years ago

ananas

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Joined 06/2011

Thank you dkarius:
I dont put him on 2pair or set. I think he would be smart enough to rise it on the flop given how many people are in the pot. I put him on made straight like 78 or 23 and huge draws that just pick up a flash draw.
I give him 12 combos of 78 and 4 combos of 23( since he would rise a button straight sometimes for protection) 4 combos of huge draws( pair plus draw).
I run it up I only have 11% equity.
On the other hand, I think limping utg is close. Right is tight does apply here.

Thank you again.

I will pm you the result


I too wanna know the result post it pls Wink

Posted almost 3 years ago

ananas

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Realize these hands were taken from a past deuce plays episode, were the hands for the 1st ep too?

Posted almost 3 years ago

chuck651

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Joined 11/2010

in the Q10s hand what do you think about 3 betting the uber nit?

Posted almost 3 years ago

chuck651

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Do you think on the AKhh 4 flush river hand vs. the asian rec and the russian, would it be better to raise in a vacuum given the read that the russian can't really have a high diamond to insure that the asian rec folds a low to medium strength diamond? Obviously he folded the 8d in this situation but i think he folds much more often when we put in a raise to like 1200 here. If it was heads up obviously we just call because the russian is super polarized and won't bet for value without the 9d+ which he rarely has anyways so bluff catching is the far superior play.

Posted almost 3 years ago

MRDORSEY

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Well, the K was a really good river card for you because if any other card comes out other than A,K,J you lose.

Posted over 2 years ago

tripleh

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Time Link to 00:43:54

Why can't he have 9d9x? Or less likely JTdd with a royal where maybe he can't bet turn cause there is nothing that can look him up?

Posted over 2 years ago

soleztis

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Time Link to 00:06:06

Bart,

Even though you said you don't want to barrel these boards, you bet, hoping to get through the blinds, and not expecting limpers to check a K. If you expect limpers c/c'ing range to not include K's wouldn't this encourage barreling most turns?

Posted about 2 years ago

livebikebart

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Yes. But in this case when the 9 pairs I'm either ahead of a straight draw, he is not folding a K or he has tripped up with 9s.

Posted about 2 years ago

dummyhyphy

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ccheiden

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leslieweizen

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Time Link to 00:18:43

I like raising bigger on the flop so you can just shove turn. As is you are almost giving him odds to call turn with a fd.

Posted over 1 year ago

Pittsburgh

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Time Link to 00:43:15

Good analysis, but you missed an Obvious one. He could very easily have KJo with the Jd. where he checks flop, then turn because of the one liner to the straight. Then he makes the Nuts on the river. It worked out and the thought process is HUGELY important. But KJ in that spot makes PERFECT sense.

Posted about 1 year ago




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