OMGClayDol talks about a recent 1st and 2nd place 180 man and about things the better regs think about.
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Really great video, I think you flip through some of the hands too fast though, I couldn't even pause some spots to see what the hands/bets were..
And regarding the sniffling, the audio was nice and clear and the sniffing wasn't distracting at all (at least to me).
lol @ calling belabacsi a random at 17:00 ish.
Haha I don't know a lot of the sickos, my bad! Thanks
Arjunt - Yes, I did notice that I had been going through the average hand a lot faster in the last few days so I will keep that in mind. As for the sniffing it's good to hear it wasn't an issue for you but I certainly can see why it is for others so I will try my best to avoid that in the future.
Hey wolf, it depends but generally without any history or info I would at least partly discount AQ+, AT-AJ a tiny bit, 99ish+ a lot
Might be something like 77 ATs AJo but would have to wiz to be sure
Daffelure I think I cover some slightly more advanced topics or talk about ideas in real life-180 grinder, but for the most part haven't expanded fully, there is a lot of spots which are very situational/reg dependant and mostly come with experience. I have coached these ideas a lot with my students (particularly more advanced players) but there is so much to cover that it is probably too hard to make a series on it.. If there is enough demand for it, maybe, but at the same time developing these ideas yourself helps how strong your understanding is and therefore in a way results in you being able to apply them better too.