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Howver, I have a few questions.
You guys 3bet random crap like 35s. I don't get it. Yea to balance and stuff but wouldn't you much rather 3bet stuff like K7o or 79o that can make proper pair and straights?
Another question, Gman you 3bet shove 33 preflop. I see it all the time and every time someone does it he's a complete donk. Why did you do it? Only better hands call, I mean EVERYTHING that calls you is at least flipping so what's the point?
The 3bet pot where Dog has ATo and Gman has A3s or so. When you bet the flop and dog calls it's standard but why would you ever bet this turn? I mean you bet SO SMALL that if Gman had picked up a decent flushdraw he's shoving you in every single time. Also why do you turn your AT high into a bluff when it's the best hand most of the time anyway? I mean if I would bet, then I would bet close to half pot in order to fold out AJ AQ AK and even then it's somewhat spewy because flushdraws c/r AI?
Another question about your 4bet sizing pre. Isn't 210 too small? I mean unless you want to induce I feel like everyone calls and that's just crap. You want to build the pot preflop with big hands and gather fold equity when you 3bet light right?
Fantastic series, loved every minute of it.
I've watched every HUNL video on DC (and on CR before I quit) and this is the first time I've seen an instructor 4bet shove AI, but you guys talked about it as if it's totally standard. Perhaps you could explain a bit more about this? In what kind of situations is it a good play/why is it a good play etc....?
First, I want to say this is one of the best if not the best series on this site. Well done guys!!
On the A3s vs. A10 hand about 32 min in vid; Gman said betting the flop is standard. Since all PPs are calling your Cbet and even better Aces, why is betting in that spot standard? That seems like a board people like to float. It seems to me that when you get called you have to check fold most turns. Is under-repping your hand by check calling bad? It seems to me that whatever equity you might give up to some random air that was going to float you anyway, will be made up many times over by the times villains bets his air on that flop when you check to them and polarize their range. If you check call the flop, a competent villain has to be checking back that turn allowing you to realize your equity a majority of the time, correct? If villain bets the turn after betting the flop, is check shoving the turn reasonable?
I realize this could just be stylistic differences, so basically I am just wondering if check calling the flop for the reasons stated above is reasonable or donkish? Also, if villain bets the turn after betting the flop, is check shoving the turn reasonable?
in the 44 hand, what do you think about jamming over the overbet. If u think jman was capable of overbetting as thin as AT I think its kind of makes jam>fold>>>call w/ 44. We can rep some slowplayed stuff +77 very well, cuz its sooooo fkn sick to jam over 2 pots overbet. would like to hear your thought guys...
When Dogishead makes the small 4-bet here, what percentage of the time do you think he's doing this with weak hands vs. really strong hands?
If he had AA or KK in this spot, would it be better to smooth call the 3 bet, 4 bet small like he did, or 4 bet big/shove?