First live play video - WoT plays a variety of opponents at 2/4 as your two instructors focus on applying adjustments based on donk-betting and checkraising attributes.
KRANTZ and WiltOnTilt are back as we do some more Pr1nnyraiding. This season we move up to the midstakes of HU NLHE and take on a whole new identity of aggression and dominance.
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What are you doing, when you are check-raised from this guy at this flop .
Esp when it's the first C-Raise from this guy?
been a few years since we recorded this, so i'm not sure what the reads are, but here are some pretty key questions we'd like to know about the villain to determine how to proceed here:
1) how loose is he oop? Does he play every combo of 69o and 64o pre ? If so, he can have a very strong value range here, not just because he can have all the straights but he can also have all the 2 pairs. So the tighter he is pre, the better for us against a c/r here.
2) How have we seen him play non-premium draws in the past? Do we expect him to always c/r hands like JTo here, K6o ?
3) How wide have we seen him c/r for value ? Can he try to balance his perceived draw heavy range by c/r a hand like J8 for value here?
4) What does his 3bet range look like? Do we see him 3betting a bunch of offsuit trash or is his 3betting range mostly suited stuff?
Having an inclination of those would be a good start to knowing what the best play is. Vs most players these days, the play is to call and see what happens on the turn, be more willing to bluff catch on cards like J Q K and potentially turn your hand into a bluff when scary cards come and he checks.