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Teaching Tommy: Episode Two

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Teaching Tommy: Episode Two by threads13

Threads13 returns with Tommy and they continue to discuss the second half of Tommy's video from last week which includes both 6max and full ring.

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Tom is a solid poker player who has been struggling with his game lately. Watch as threads13 and Tom study together to improve Tom's game and get him back in the green!

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
  • 55 minutes long
  • Posted almost 4 years ago

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The cbet here with AK on the 874tt board seems a bit loose to me with 2 players on a FR table, unless they're both really tight and fold to a lot of cbets. You're just going to have a hard time continuing unless you get a great turn card. If you had the ADiamond instead of the KDiamond I probably like it better. With the KDiamond you can get into a lot of ROI spots on the turn.

What do you think? Is it too weak to just c/fold here with AKo, considering half the deck is a bad card on the turn?

Posted almost 4 years ago

Icehockeyplyr

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I would like to thank you for going in to great detail about these type of hands and calling with them OP. I have been trying to work on this part of my game and its good hear it brought up to refresh my focus.

Posted almost 4 years ago

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Posted almost 4 years ago

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The cbet here with AK on the 874tt board seems a bit loose to me with 2 players on a FR table, unless they're both really tight and fold to a lot of cbets. You're just going to have a hard time continuing unless you get a great turn card. If you had the ADiamond instead of the KDiamond I probably like it better. With the KDiamond you can get into a lot of ROI spots on the turn.

What do you think? Is it too weak to just c/fold here with AKo, considering half the deck is a bad card on the turn?



Agreed. I think it's a bit too loose to bet 3-ways. I'd be ok with it given we have a BDFD if it were HU.

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UU!I.I.4AAUU35

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0:27:13
With reference to table 1, is this a standard open(ATs) from early-mid position in full ring, or is this too loose, and is folding here too tight?
What about ATo from this position?

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UU!I.I.4AAUU35

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Okay, is folding Kings here even an option, I mean the villain is repping aces, right? I'm talking about the hand on table 4.

Posted almost 4 years ago

threads13

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0:27:13
With reference to table 1, is this a standard open(ATs) from early-mid position in full ring, or is this too loose, and is folding here too tight?
What about ATo from this position?



I think it's pretty standard. ATs is a much better hand than ATo. The reason why is because it has much more playability post-flop due to being suited (more FD's and backdoor draws that allow you to continue to be aggressive on the turn and river). I typically don't open ATo until much later unless there is a loose player I want to isolate in the blinds in which case I'll open it in EP.

Posted almost 4 years ago

threads13

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Okay, is folding Kings here even an option, I mean the villain is repping aces, right? I'm talking about the hand on table 4.



Absolutely can't fold KK here. This player looks quite loose and bad, in addition to this being a blind steal situation, so he can show up some stuff like QQ/AQ/AK.

Posted almost 4 years ago

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So I'm watching all these videos years later. Hope you don't mind more questions about them Smile

0:15:40
Wouldn't you rather 3bet offsuit broadways that have blockers and play better with low SPRs? Or because he's a TAG, SCs are better since he's easier to bluff post-flop? If he was a fish, offsuit broadways are better?

Posted over 2 years ago

threads13

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So I'm watching all these videos years later. Hope you don't mind more questions about them Smile

0:15:40
Wouldn't you rather 3bet offsuit broadways that have blockers and play better with low SPRs? Or because he's a TAG, SCs are better since he's easier to bluff post-flop? If he was a fish, offsuit broadways are better?




Yeah, the offsuit broadways are better in both instances... it's just an old video. Smile

Posted over 2 years ago

PokerNun

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Yeah, the offsuit broadways are better in both instances... it's just an old video. Smile


lol! I guess I have to start watching your newer stuff Smile

Posted over 2 years ago




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