FoxwoodsField plays 2-tables of $25/50, and 2-tables of $100/200. He throws in some blackjack while he waits for action, all advice regarding blackjack should be ignored.
Ghost the best of DeucesCracked in the shorthanded games they play in today.
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Have to agree with Poemmel.
It wasn't only distracting for me, I can't imagine it not being distracting for FWF. Playing Blackjack just because you get bored can't be the solution.
Obviously I'm not going to tell a successful player like FWF how to handle his sessions, but it sets a bad example for everybody who tries to get away from IMing or watching TV to concentrate on the game.
Still going to give it 5 stars because of the awesome content
This guy is a huge nitt. Who are the greatest players? Durrr, Phill, PA... all huge gamblers. You gotta love the gamble to win at teh pokers, embrace it.
FWF, Great video once again.
Admittedly, you 3-bet a lot, especially out of the blinds.
1) What do your 3-bet stats look like from the blinds and not in the blinds? And are they comparable to other 6-max regs' 3-bet stats?
2) When you squeeze with hands like K-10 OOP and get called. Do you ever get in trouble after flopping top pair? Any tips you can share in these sort of spots?
In this video you say you don't like to 3bet the button that much, and I've heard you say it a few other times as well. Do you mean with a specific type of hand, ie AJs type hands that can't call a 4bet or do you mean in your overall game plan? If it is the former obv I understand that, but as for not 3betting the button a lot overall, most of the theory I have read say the button is the position we should be 3betting the most in by far.
You say in this hand that 9x and 8x will fold the turn. I would've assumed that most regulars (at 2/4 - 5/10) will peel again here with hands like T9/TT. Do you think this is a wrong assumption?
I think it's wrong and if it's right that they call with an 8 they're terrible and that a 9T peel is pretty bad (although TT is good because your opponent could bet K9 on the turn either to get you to fold TT/JJ or to get value from 9T depending on his read on you)
you didnt 4bet in the hand in the top right, you called a 3bet. Not that I think you should be calling the river, I'm not sure, but it does make it closer to a call.
Yeah, my bad. It makes it easier for him to have nothing because he 3bet, didn't call a 4bet. But I still think his bluff would be pretty rare here because most of his bluffs bet that flop and once it gets checked twice I obviously have something since I didn't bluff so it's hard for him to try bluffing here. Sorry about the confusion