# Poker Video: No Limit Hold'Em by DOGISHEAD (Micro/Small Stakes)

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Alright little doggies lets get back into the classroom. DOGISHEAD and Gman discuss Heads Up theory again with topics on preflop play, constructing raising and 3-bet ranges, board textures and c-betting/bluffing.

You asked for it. You got it. The DOG in all his glory along with Gman discuss theory and actual play as they move from 50NL to 5000NL Heads Up.

### Video Details

• Game:
• Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
• 82 minutes long
• Posted over 4 years ago

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#### ankan666

1 posts
Joined 01/2008

Can someone provide a full fold equity calculation here? I get a different number:

36.6 equity means we lose \$26.8 when we are called (100 * 0.366 - 100 * (1-0.366))

x = how often he folds
\$38*x - 26.8*(1-x) = 0 (to find how often he needs to fold for us to be break even)
solving gives us
x = 0.41

so we're breaking even if villain folds 41% of the time. Did i get this wrong?

#### ehunter

151 posts
Joined 03/2008

exactly the kind of video I joined DC for. Keep it up

#### caseace123

51 posts
Joined 02/2008

you guys should finish the series off ultimate fighter style, a vid of coach for coach HU for the last epsiode

V good vid

#### FloppinPairs

36 posts
Joined 07/2008

theory vids have been awesome (and thats not to take anythin away from the liveplay one)

If u did a series exactly like this but 6max next season, I would pay double

#### Zag

1 posts
Joined 07/2008

Sick series.
This episodes just blow off my head and at some point, I had to
stop to take notes...That's usually a good signal ;-)

ty guys, can't wait till next wesneday

#### pkr_brat

797 posts
Joined 01/2008

These theory ones beat the live play by a mile. The work yous are putting in really shows i want season 2 6max then season 3 FR and you can have a break then

#### Fancy Pants

11 posts
Joined 07/2008

Can someone provide a full fold equity calculation here?

EV = (calling frequency)*(avg. amount won when he calls) + (folding frequency)*(amount won when he folds)

Calling frequency is just 1-(folding frequency). The avg won when he calls is (equity)*(size of pot) - (bet size), and when he folds we win the dead money in the pot. So,

EV = (1 - FE)*(E*200 - 89) + FE*38

Setting EV=0 and solving for FE gives us (89-E*200)/(127-E*200), or about 29 percent.

Oh, and this is my favorite series so far and I don't even play HU. Good work guys!

#### dent1st

10 posts
Joined 02/2008

your theoretical vids for me now are as important as pr1nnyraiding series at that time. thank u so much
really really great series!
and it'd be nice to see you guys playing against each other in ep.8 or maybe in bonus ep.9 (;

#### Natewc

19 posts
Joined 01/2008

Great video series, especially the theory videos. I think the theory videos are the more efficient way to learn poker. Thanks for all the hard work, it definitely shows.

#### DennisGPunkt

43 posts
Joined 01/2008

I totally have to agree with whats been said so far. This really is an amazing piece of poker-art!

#### muckyouraces

4 posts
Joined 05/2008

Hey Dog,

Can you give some examples of when bet-folding would be the optimum play instead of checking for pot control.

Great series btw, I got a lot out of your duel vids, so I knew you wouldn't disappoint.

3 posts
Joined 05/2008

Awesome, and I don't bandy out praise that easily. It's quite amazing how rational and easy you guys make it look.
Really enjoyed the bluff calculation and has left me looking at bluffing in a different way.
Also the combination of pairs mentioned by gman was an eye opener. Roll on next week, I'm really looking forward to learning about manipulating my bet sizing. Something I have been trying out as of late.

1765 posts
Joined 01/2008

#### jas

8 posts
Joined 05/2008

lol, when dog was high he thought dogishead was an anagram of god is dead.

great vids!

#### InFlammable

9 posts
Joined 06/2008

Great series!

Both of you guys have amazing ability of articulating your thought process!

#### hurt

66 posts
Joined 05/2008

you guys should finish the series off ultimate fighter style, a vid of coach for coach HU for the last epsiode

yes

#### Michard P Raul

78 posts
Joined 08/2008

All posters in the poker forums should watch the "concrete analysis" part.

Awesome vid guys!

700 posts
Joined 05/2008

Thanks,

F

#### czzarr

243 posts
Joined 02/2008

I approve of this series

#### fareed1234

20 posts
Joined 06/2008

I am getting the fold equity of the 44 hand to be 20.8%.
ALL in EV = (38+89)(0.366) - (89)(0.634) = \$-10. so on average we lose 10 dollars when we make this play and he calls every time, with the range given.

To calculate fold equity, let fold equity = x,when he folds we win \$38 and when he calls we lose on average \$10. Equate to 0 to find the break even point.
x(38) - (1-x)(10) = 0
From the above calculation i get the fold equity equal to 0.208 or 20.8%.

#### Banankaka

14 posts
Joined 07/2008

exactly the kind of video I joined DC for. Keep it up

Same here, this dog guy is fantastic to say the least

#### abstractls

17 posts
Joined 06/2008

Wow I guess I am the only one that is kind of EH about this one. I love the series so far, and I come from a math background. But I think this would have been alot better if you had actual hand examples and how they played out, especially on the bluff calculations. I so see the value in much of this, I just don't see many players calculating this on the fly, if any. The math is great, but I think it gets lost as a math class and not so much on really applying it to actual play.

#### SharpObject

1 posts
Joined 01/2008

Just a quick note, you can make a HUD just for HU play, if you go into HEM there are filter options for amt of players and which HUD to use. So you can use a separate HUD for HU, 6m and even FR.

#### treppex

279 posts
Joined 04/2008

Please fix iPod version. Sound dies at 37:45min. Thanks

#### TazUltimate

Production Manager
2761 posts
Joined 01/2008

Please fix iPod version. Sound dies at 37:45min. Thanks

I have fixed the ipod version.
-Rusty