NoahSD returns for some $5/10 4-tabling action. He plays at almost four identical tables as he chose to play at the slowest time for the online sites, so it's only regs out there.
Ghost the best of DeucesCracked in the shorthanded games they play in today.
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at 12:20ish where you 3bet 22 in the bb 200bb deep against a solid reg. I really don't like that. I'm surprised that tsifknits folded pre. If it was other more competent opponents, you're just putting yourself in a very shitty spot where you are forced to play a 3bet pot oop with 200bb deep stack and you will just get owned post so often that makes this 3bet really horrible imho. I think when playing 200bb deep oop, it's better just to flat most of your range and keep the pot under control.
just my 2cents.
Very cool video.
As for the two remaining video's, i like both rewind and sweat vids. So i would vote for one of each, with the sweat video including fish.
Also, it would be cool with some breakdowns of the AK and the QJ hand as actionjacson and weekendwarrior says.
I'm a bit suprised that you think his valuebet on the river on 66JQ2 with AJ is bad after you cbet this board and check the turn (I'm by the way also a bit suprised with the turn check - and I guess so is TheCleaner).
You are probably cbetting this flop 3way with close to 100% of your range given how dry it is, and I would guess that TheCleaner is calling this flop bet fairly light. And I would also think that this specific turn would be a decent card for you to 2nd barrel with a large part of your range, since the Cleaner has worse than a Jack here quite frequently, so when you have jack beat you should be able to valuebet here imo, since you should be bluffing here fairly often / Jorryt is going to think that you are 2nd barreling here a lot.
And to add to this; inducing bluffs here isn't valueable at all I would say. He almost always has showdown value after calling on the flop, so usually he will be checking the river and imo a bet/check/bet line looks stronger than bet/bet/? people will often say; "if you wanted to bluff, you would do it on the turn".
(And obviously by following this logic his river bet is totally fine since you should be betting most of your better hands on the turn)