WiltOnTilt plays some deepstack 2/4 HUNLHE. What goes through WiltOnTilt's head when 100BB deep against an unknown? Watch and find out.
Watch as DC's finest tangle HU vs a variety of opponents.
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what if... you did a duel where you did in game commentary THEN added post game audio while the action is paused to elaborate more on your thought process...i think this would mostly be useful to point out spots where you think that your thought process was a little blurry or something like that
that's just too much commentary i think my head might explode!
very good video so far. it really gives me an idea of how much i need to turn on my preflop aggression in HU
38:30 - you've been talking a lot about how he has a very polarized 3betting range preflop and you conclude that you're going to 4bet bluff him to adjust, but then you get T7s and decide to flat his 3bet. I don't really understand that choice since against a polarized range it's going to be kind of hard to play your hand. Any further comments ?
In spots like this where their hand is face up as a bluff catcher, it can be better to give them 3 decision points instead of 2, which also has the additional benefit of giving yourself a better price on your river bluff so it doesn't have to work as often.
You get a better price on your bluff on the river, but whether or not the EV of a 2 step bluff is better than a 3 step bluff is a separate question, right?
I guess what I'm saying is that while 3 steps might very well work better than 2, I don't think getting better odds on your river shove is an argument for choosing one line over the other. You have to compare the EV of the two lines starting on turn, don't you? Or am I just misunderstanding your point.