KRANTZ comes down from the nose bleed sections to play $5/10 deep stack NLHE 6max with a focus on a LAG style.
In a continuation of KRANTZ's smash hit, the pr1nny is back, and dominating some 6max NLHE!
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I have a couple of questions regarding 6max deep in general. You might've mentioned it in one of your vids already, but I'm too lazy to search through all of them. (I play 2/4-5/10 btw)
How does your 3betting strategy change when deep? For example: if a normal 23/20 UTG opens and you're on the BB, what would be your 3bet range both 200deep?
What if the CO opens?
And my other question, one which I struggle with currently:
I also tend to flat on the button quite loosely. However, even tough I think my postflop skills are good, they're not as good as yours obv. What do you think is a decent flatting range for me? And what hands that YOU call with, I should fold (or 3bet?).
I really enjoyed this video but I have some questions:
-about preflop bets: U usually bets 3.5BB pf on 5/10 and on 200/400 also (if nobody calls behind you). I usually play on 10/20 or a bit higher and regulars starts betting a bit smaller, because of the lots of 3bets imo. Most of them bets 3BB but there are few regulars who often bets just a lil bigger than 2.5BB on 25/50. Whats your opinion about it? 3.5BB does not cost too much because of the preflop-agression from other players?
- Have u got any idea, how these sh games will look like in 2010-2011? I know this question sounds a bit stupid, but I have no clue... People might make 5bet-bluffs in every second hand? Or is there any option?
(Finally, my English is not the best as u can see )
IMO preflop raise amts just depend on personal preference, sometimes I mix it up with 2-3bb opens, sometimes 4, depending on who is at the table and how loose I'm playing.
No idea how the games will look in a few years. If I had to guess, they'd play a lot like they do right now. Hopefully by then the US legalizes online poker and there will be more fish!
I have a couple of questions regarding 6max deep in general. You might've mentioned it in one of your vids already, but I'm too lazy to search through all of them.
go watch them again, i've talked about what you want to know --- i'm not answering your questions just because you're lazy! :-)
Hey krantz, liked both your lightsabers videos a lot. You and whitelime seem to have some of the best 6max cash videos available anywhere.
I have a question that deals with exploitative vs balanced strategy of river overbets. It doesn't really apply to this video specifically, but I know I've seen you employ overbets in your videos.
It's pretty obvious that most of your overbets (against weak players) are exploitative, often saying you'd bet less if you were actually valuebetting, or vice-versa. It's also pretty clear that this is a vastly more profitable strategy than having a "balanced" range in these spots, given you're able to exploit your opponents reasonably well (and not the other way around).
So I guess my question is... what's the point of me pondering these balanced strategys? Is there any? Even my most thinking opponents won't be able to magically "know" what my frequencies are, until he's amassed a huge sample of hands with enough of these situations to look at.
Sorry if this just comes off as a rant. I'm just trying to figure out where "balancing" fits into these type of situations which seem to be handled best with a mostly exploitative approach.
Throughout the series you obviously display phenomenal hand reading skills, but it would be great to refine the point a little further and focus on river play and its many variables, (value betting, value schipp, overvaluebet, laying down hands and thin calls, bluffing, OBbluffing, bluff schipping)..
This might even make a good episode for "Unconventional Wisdom"?
I think this topic is a little open to be answered within the forum, but for any videos in future I think it would be great if u can deeply elaborate river play, or even make a video focusing on probably the most boned-up street in NLH.
Tnx - DW