WiltOnTilt takes on midstakes reg and DC member Tony in a 2-tabling $1/2 HUNLHE Duel.
Watch as DC's finest tangle HU vs a variety of opponents.
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Would you be check calling this flop with all of your range? If you have AT, are you V-betting this river? Say you have 7T or a set on the flop, would you be donking the turn? Or are the donks Vs CR spots mostly a game flow thing?
Hey Aaron thanks for this. Its pretty impressive how you break down my game - getting outplayed definetely causes me to tilt later on in the match. I was going to make my own video of the match but my PC packed in just after we played so I can't see what hands I had until it gets fixed.
Great analysis though, particularly the j3 hand. I'm guessing I had a6 or j9 type of hand - I just hate floating these flops as I feel I'll get barrelled so often. You're right about me not being balanced enough to raise vs someone as smart as you though for sure. I would do it more often if theres a flush draw on board and would raise a little bigger - does this make sense?
I'd like to know why you prefer cbetting 10$ over 8$ on flops?
i feel like making the pot bigger when i'm in position = more money on the turn and river in which i feel like I will be playing better than my opponents on average.
I'll size it down to 8 though as an adjustment vs some opponents who are either folding too much on the flop already or are checkraising me a lot etc