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Never Tell Me the Odds: Episode Two

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Never Tell Me the Odds: Episode Two by KRANTZ

KRANTZ and FenderJaguar are back and this week they review a video of FJ's play at 4-tables of $2/4 and $3/6.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: Mid Stakes
  • 76 minutes long
  • Posted over 4 years ago

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spotDEspot

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I think the sync problem is a pain for while but as FenderJaguar says it clears up after a while and it's fine then. There's just a period between about 15-25 mins when it gets difficult to follow. Content is excellent.

Posted over 4 years ago

smpro2

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remove the video if u cant fix the audio

Posted over 4 years ago

CDA

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remove the video if u cant fix the audio



why?

Posted over 4 years ago

smpro2

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why?


because it s unacceptable to have a video like this.

Posted over 4 years ago

TecmoSuperBowl

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because it s unacceptable to have a video like this.



you know you don't have to watch it right?

Posted over 4 years ago

FenderJaguar

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because it s unacceptable to have a video like this.



It's honestly not that bad. Would it be awesome if we didn't have technical difficulties, yes clearly. Is it worth your time to weather the storm in the name of learning and improving your poker game? Yes clearly. I don't really see it as unacceptable when it's far from unwatchable and the content as others have stated, is excellent.

I apologize again for the issues on my end though I implore you to focus on what's really important here.

Think about it as if it were a session of poker, do you give up and quit because you got a bad river card? What if you only bet 1/2 pot with the nuts on the river, and your opponent didn't raise with the 2nd nuts, are you going to quit because you didn't get paid off completely but could have?

It's really important to be flexible in poker and be able to objectively rationalize and work with whatever comes your way day in and day out. Is 25 minutes of out of sync audio in a 76 minute video really going to close your mind to any learning that can be accomplished? Think about that....

I'll stop ranting now Grin

Posted over 4 years ago

hurt

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i mean people very well might be overreacting but you really can't fault paying customers for criticizing something like this.

Posted over 4 years ago

psstsaygirl

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i mean people very well might be overreacting but you really can't fault paying customers for criticizing something like this.



You are paying $29.99 to hear a personal sweat from a coach who charges $500-1000 an hour? On top of that you get 6 other videos each day of the week from other coaches who charge the same rate plus a whole archive of videos to choose from. The content in this video alone is worth way more than your one month subscription.

DC has top notch customer support so if you have a problem with this site I'm sure you will really hate the other coaching sites. I'm sure they will fix it.

Posted over 4 years ago

KRANTZ

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You are paying $29.99 to hear a personal sweat from a coach who charges $500-1000 an hour? On top of that you get 6 other videos each day of the week from other coaches who charge the same rate plus a whole archive of videos to choose from. The content in this video alone is worth way more than your one month subscription.

DC has top notch customer support so if you have a problem with this site I'm sure you will really hate the other coaching sites. I'm sure they will fix it.



$29 :-)

We're gonna make the next episode longer to make up for it.

Posted over 4 years ago

FenderJaguar

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$29 :-)

We're gonna make the next episode longer to make up for it.



It's true. I even got a tent, and he's bringing the stuff for smores Grin

Posted over 4 years ago

KRANTZ

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It's true. I even got a tent, and he's bringing the stuff for smores Grin



youre an odd student! i suppose i am an odd teacher!

Posted over 4 years ago

Ajeto

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Kellermann

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Time Link to 00:54:00

Hi guys,

I noticed that you fold pocket 4's here. Is it not worth playing for set value or am I bringing my NL50 mentality in here?

Posted over 4 years ago

FenderJaguar

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Hi guys,

I noticed that you fold pocket 4's here. Is it not worth playing for set value or am I bringing my NL50 mentality in here?



I fold 9Ts in that position vs. that player as well. 44 is a bit different b/c of the set factor but I folded b/c I don't have a great read on villains postflop game, and he looks pretty loose (in the loose reg sense, not the loose fish sense) so it's going to be hard to showdown, or win by turning my hand into a bluff. small pairs just suck in that spot and I'd usually 3b or fold. say it was me in the bb and the fish called in the sb, obv a call then, or if I was on the button. or if I knew this guy slipped and tripped off his flux capacitor and was stuck in like 2006, then he'd pretty much be getting any overpair in on any flop, and he'd be a giant puss postflop too. so then I'd call Grin mmmm variables.

Posted over 4 years ago

H.Jzon

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Pleeeease fix the sound until next time. This series really has a lot of potential!

Posted over 4 years ago




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