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DC Shorts: Ansky (#1) - HUNL Game Analysis

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DC Shorts: Ansky (#1) - HUNL Game Analysis by Ansky

Ansky address the question in the Heads Up forum

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  • Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
  • 27 minutes long
  • Posted almost 4 years ago

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goose669

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as per usual top notch ansky, will help no end!!! good stuff.

Posted almost 4 years ago

terp

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Time Link to 00:03:36

this is a great point. for purposes of playability, etc groups of hands will be fairly equivalent and it will be more worthwhile to see their combined results, such as {22-77} UTG or something. in a sample, we could have flopped a bunch of sets (and stacked people) with 33 but gotten set over setted with each of 55 66 and 77. these hands are all basically the same, except for the progressively decreasing likelihood of set over set, so it's more significant to look at them as a group than as a bunch of individual, different holdings.

Posted almost 4 years ago

Ass Get to Jigglin

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thanks for the vid, Dani.

question: how much weight do you normally put on HUD stats when analyzing possible adjustments your opponent may be making compared to the weight you put on your own observations/gameflow? for example, say your opponent cbets a lot over a large sample. But say his cbets havent been working that great because you've been c/r'ing and floating him a lot and you suspect he may be getting ready to adjust. Do you filter for like the last 100 hands in HEM in game to see what he's been cbetting and adjust accordingly, or do you anticipate his adjustment and adjust to that (assuming he's a good reg who isnt playing a ton of tables)?

in other words, how do you balance adjusting your play according to his HUD stats (including the stats from a recent sample like the last 100 hands) and adjusting your play according to gameflow?

Posted almost 4 years ago

stxs999

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If you did more videos I would keep my suscription. Sadly, this site can't even commit to weekly Duel videos. How many is this missed 2 out 3 weeks? If I could get my money back from June 2010, I would gladly take it. Minus a couple of token videos from you, FF, WOT, JK3A this site sucks. Congrats I am officially done with you DC.

Posted almost 4 years ago

Andersonlasp

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KRANTZ

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If you did more videos I would keep my suscription. Sadly, this site can't even commit to weekly Duel videos. How many is this missed 2 out 3 weeks? If I could get my money back from June 2010, I would gladly take it. Minus a couple of token videos from you, FF, WOT, JK3A this site sucks. Congrats I am officially done with you DC.



I don't really know what to say to that, but I'm sorry you're disappointed. We try our best to cater to a wide variety of players with a wide variety of content. I'm sure if you stop by again in the future you'll find new videos you'd like. GL

Posted almost 4 years ago

Actinolite

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Hi,

Just a quick note to say thanks for taking my thread and turning it into a video.

The tips were great, I'm now using HEM to find situations with leaks rather than stats only.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to the thread and thanks to Ansky.

Further to stxs999, DC is more than just videos.

Actinolite

Posted almost 4 years ago

Ansky

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thanks for the vid, Dani.

question: how much weight do you normally put on HUD stats when analyzing possible adjustments your opponent may be making compared to the weight you put on your own observations/gameflow? for example, say your opponent cbets a lot over a large sample. But say his cbets havent been working that great because you've been c/r'ing and floating him a lot and you suspect he may be getting ready to adjust. Do you filter for like the last 100 hands in HEM in game to see what he's been cbetting and adjust accordingly, or do you anticipate his adjustment and adjust to that (assuming he's a good reg who isnt playing a ton of tables)?

in other words, how do you balance adjusting your play according to his HUD stats (including the stats from a recent sample like the last 100 hands) and adjusting your play according to gameflow?



As you allude to, it's pretty tough to find that exact balance between HUD reads and in-game reads. For most of my opponents, I know them very well (smaller player pool at high stakes) and with them it's pretty easy to tell when they are tilting, or playing different than usual. I suppose I don't have a clear answer for you, but it would have to be based on a combination of observation, how many tables they are playing, how they are doing on the session, etc.

Posted almost 4 years ago




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