Ansky loads up some more 6-tabling action and gets into the heads of his opponents.
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Table 1 3bet pot with KQo
It is not very common spot to me donking in a 3 bet pot, can you elaborate more? ty
I doubt he goes for multiple streets of value with slightly worse value hands (Kx, pps, 8x). He sometimes checks those hands which hurts me, but if he calls down after I donk I might get 3 streets (and charge draws that might have taken free card on flop.
sorry, the above post is in regards to rfisch's post above that was missed, time stamp 11.27
I enjoy these fast past vids fwiw, if its too much for some its easier to pause a vid and digest than get bored, lose focus and ultimately end up browsing the web or watching porn
TOP left table with KQ on K78ss when you called 3b oop and decide to lead. Im curious why would you lead here? He should know you dont have many bluffs in this spot, and Im sure you CR most of your draws here, if not all of them. So why lead when he will be suspicious of a CR on this drawyB. Also if you dont lead what do you like better CR, or Chkcall? Thanks. Very good video so far.
In the hand versus timothee on the k73r flop turn A river 8 you say its best to shove most of your range for vlaue and bluffs and that his call is fine bc ajo is the top of his range and he needs to call there to not be exploitable. I'm not sure I agree. Let's take a look at your oop checking range there, maybe 2 combos of kk, half the combos of a7s, maybe 1 combo of a4s, some combos of jts qts, and hands like at+ some percentage. with no backdoor flush draw. I forgot the exact board so I apologize if some of the assumptions are incorrect. I think your betting most of your complete air on that flop for 1 barrel and prob most of your small pairs and mid pairs. You can correct me if I'm wrong about your c-betting ranges. So on a Ace turn, you actually have a decent amount of combos of big aces and 2 pair hands. and very few semi bluffs and pure bluffs. On the river when you overbet shove 2x pot about you actually remove hands like hands at and worse, funky played Kx hands and some combos of aj I think. So in a spot where you have mostly strong value hands and very few pure bluffs, the exploitative play by timothee is to fold aj because its the bottom of your value shipping range I think. The bigger you bet the less hands he has to to call with to avoid being exploited. And while I think your definitely strong enough to exploit a spot like that, I'm not sure how often it comes up with that board and action. The less common the board and action, the less you really have to worry about being exploited. He has negative expectation on his call because of your range and your bet size. And if this is true, you lose too much value from his calling range by overbet shoving then you gain with your bluffs by overbetting(then again he did call but still think its a mistake on his part). I guess the built-in assumption to this whole argument is I doubt your bluffing this spot with total air enough for his call to be correct based on the action as this line makes your range more narrow than if you took a bet bet overshove line where aj is almost a snap call I think. This is just my best guess, I'd like to hear your opinion about it. Sorry about the rambling.