Emil 2-tables his way to victory at $3/6 NL 6max in the introductory episode of LIME-AID.
3/6 and 5/10 NL 6-max strategy with whitelime. Drink the LIME-AID.
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I have 4 full pages of notes. I like DC videos so much. The only problem is what are we going to do when everyone finds out about this site? You guys are great players. I wonder if you realize how much -EV it is to be producing such good videos? If I was making millions of dollars at something, I'd keep my methods to myself. Thanks for being young and not knowing what your sitting on! You guys are pretty generous. Whitelime, Krantz, and DJ Sensei are the best.
I had a hard time getting past all the berating of fish, donks, idiots, terrible player comments...I loved the comments and plays related to the poker, just seemed to hate the world in the video.
I hate berating at the table, but I don't care at all about respecting donks in vids. I like to hear when moves are donkish (although I usually spot them fine by myself) and how/why to abuse them, for example on the AJ4r board where he got c/r'd and 2.5x 3b air.
Good vid overall. The games you were in seemed pretty good, hopefully you get in some deep stack situations or in tougher spots w/ regs.
Also regarding complaints of dead time. It's true that there were some, but I think for this specific type of vid it's pretty hard to fill dead time when nothing's happening. FwF handled that great though (in movin' on up), although his series was a little different in concept but not by much.
I completely disagree. People raising limpers out of the blinds is very uncommon unless they are holding premiums. On the flip side, if you see someone iso-raise or steal-raise to try and pick up the dead money in the pot, there is a very good chance you will get reraised. The only argument for overlimping is in the event that someone does raise, your hand is insanely well disguised.
i agree with this quote. people 3-bet post-raisers more than they raise posters.
fucking brilliant and really inspiring to hear and see your thought process -- and obv also makes me realise how long way I have to go and how hard it really is to get so good.
concerning the dead time: each to his own .. some people talk more than others ... what it comes down to is this: is the producer of the vid capable of explaining his thought process well and does he have a good thought process .... the beginning was a bit slow but like I said I was really inspired by this vid .. def gonna watch it again cause there was so much good stuff
only one question:
what did you do (that is different from what others not so succesful players did/do) to get to the level your on now?
My opinion is Whitelime was struggling here a bit, simply because he doesn't usually play those (lower) limits, and his thought process was way above the donks and it was frustrating for him to adjust.
Heck, I usually play the lowly 100NL at FTP, today I played at Stars and couldn't believe how much softer/donkier it was...couldn't really put anyone on a hand and lost a buy-in.
I liked the video a lot and will keep my eyes peeled on any tid-bits relevant to a FR player. One other things I like about Whitelime's style is he doesnt feel the need to talk constantly but has some creative pauses. Now you think instead.