Ansky gives an overview of his heads up battle with durrr and begins to analyze hands from the match.
Dani recreates a $40kNL match he played vs the infamous and enigmatic Tom "durrrr" Dwan in 2008.
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Ansky: When you look over these hands was there any '08 things that either of you did that would not happen now?
Of the misplayed hands - what was happening? Was it technical mistakes or the fact you were shottaking vs durrrr? How much better prepared would you be now vs durrr '08? Has the fact that he is playing those stakes soo much since mean that his game has moved past where you can profitably shottake if you are not nosebleed regular?
When you CR JTo, on the A65dd board, what do you think tom's range for 3 betting flop is?
Big aces, sets, two pair, does he ever do it with just a FD or straight draw in his range?
These hands never have that much equity because of the ace on board, unless he thinks he makes up for it with FE because you CR bluff too often.
I am assuming he isn't pure bluff raising that flop.
Is this the right way of thinking about the hand?
On the A77cc board you can't really have AJ to lead though because you would 3 bet pre right? Since tom isn't 4betting and you are opening up your value range to adjust to him calling so much.
This being said, if you take the more standard line of checking flop are you ever CRing an ace?
Does CRing have any merit? or does it just open you up to a whole lot of guessing as with leading?
If you CC will tom always put you on an ace?
you cant have many medium pairs since you would 3 bet pre, same with many combos of King's because the big ones you would 3 bet and small ones you are just folding pre oop.