Ansky plays 6 tables of $2/4 live, much to the delight of the DC membership.
Ansky covers the mid & high stakes 6max games through various formats and various topics.
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Video works fine for me, some background noise at some points, heavy walking and some yelling
Ideas for future episodes:
I prefer 4 tables instead of 6 in live sessions gives u little bit more to time but no big deal.
That 12 tabling idea sounded interesting, do it!
Member handhistory review is also interesting, (different stakes). Where should those be posted? Or are you just going to pick out from the forum?
You could also do a replayer session of ur own hands, well played, badly played etc.
Since you mentioned you are open for reviewing hands from members at different stakes, im going to ask you to make us microstakers happy(theres a bunch who watches ur vids) with a 4-6 tabling session at nl50 or something, would be really interesting to see how you would take on those games. Not just splashing around but playing ur normal game based on reads u gather at the time. I know there are instructors for those stakes (anyone has any video recommendations btw?) But i have always wanted too see someone like you, krantz or fwf play those stakes and make a video, and im quite sure im not alone,
Check raising river sounds weird. What do you expect to get called by on the river? I rather go for a smaller bet. I don't see him having a flush very often, and we have the best hand 95% of the time, but you have to set up a calling-river-check-raise range for him?
Not able to download this video. I get the message "access denied". I have not problems downloading later and earlier videos.
Which format are you trying to download? You may want to try clearing your cookies and logging back in - I can't think of anything that would cause that error.
I think your valuebet with JJ is too thin. Nitty regs doesnt calls with worse here I think. The only hands you are getting called by are AA,KK,QQ,(JJ) that didn't want to bet the river vs a tricky oppent.
I agreee. Before Ansky said anything I was sure he was bluffing.
2 questions on this KK hand:
Firstly, why the small 3b? This is the second of two very small 3bets I saw in this video (one was a squeeze with QQ 2 players in for $12 and you SQ to $40). Given that our range here will be very value heavy wouldn't it be better to be 3betting UTG with a bigger size?
Also, isn't checking back the flop unbalanced? What other hands would you check back a dry Kxx board in a 3b pot with? I'm cbetting here with 100% of my range and wondering if perhaps it is incorrect.
I'm very new to 6m so I'm keen to experiment with this kind of stuff. Cheers