Krantz reviews a deep-stacked 3/6nl session. Interesting spots, omg krantz, and deep stacked theory inside, oh my!
In a continuation of KRANTZ's smash hit, the pr1nny is back, and dominating some 6max NLHE!
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I loved this video, and not just for the immediate teaching value, but rather for the inspirational value. Videos like this make me look forward to playing and being motivated to play is not something that can be underrated when being able to grind is so valuable.
It seems so easy when the master jedi is playing..
I have some question concerning the following hands;
1) 55 in the BB on 1054 rainbow board you elected to check-raise because of the history with AJo where you tripple barrel bluff the guy and you are 200BB+. But without any history this deep and what changes the situation for 100BB deep, you are more likely to slowplay because you are miles ahead of his range?
2) 89s of clubs whereby you called 3-bet OOP in my opinion the villain was frustrated because the villain lost a big pot in a blind battle whereby you hold J9s. The flop was 952 with 2 clubs and villain bets 102 and you check-raise to 459. Why you check-raise so big? In my opinion villain was frustrated and it is maybe better to give him some room to shove over the top with overcards/air/etc... And it allows you to make your bluffs cheaper.
3) 64s of hearts whereby you 3bet from the button. Which line would you have taken with AKo on the turn when the king hits? Would you rather go for potcontrol or double barrel.. if you decide to potcontrol would you shove the river (4 of spades) over villain's donk bet? You explain the difference between the situation nowadays and 2005 but I am curious how would you have played the hand when you hold AKo in this situation.
4) KQo from MP on KK6 2 tone board you decide not to overbet the river vs the passive player.. whereby you decide to overbet with the runner runner nutflush to go for the home run against the passive villain... what makes the difference between these two situations?
At the end of the session we see your stats that you c-bet 100%... Is this not exploitable? Or is this because you play deep tables and like to put pressure on people? Or you c-betting 100% because the table is full of villains who didnt played back at all?
Thanks a lot keep up the good work.
hey man. i almost creamed my pants when i saw that lightsabers two was here! great stuff.
curious about your comment during the 79 hand where u flop top pair and an oesd. u said something about not being thrilled when u are raised there w/ 100bb stacks, but liking to float deeper. Shouldn't we be happy to get this in 100bb's deep, since we're often flipping, and never crushed? Just curious. I guess u are saying that we are rarely way ahead here, so not thrilled about it?