Do you sometimes flat the squeeze with AKs in position, as you said you're not too happy to get it in against his range. Furthermore, you could get a cbet out of him when hitting a pair, as you are mostly reping JJ, TT if i'm right (or do you have flating range there?) and on A or K-hi flop he is definetly going to cbet.
I dont think I would flat even though AK plays well in position, if he is capable of squeezing as a bluff there I am happy to be 4b bluffing him in the exact same situation with air. We are balanced in the sense I probably wouldnt have much of a flatting range in that spot because I dont want to play a multi way pot with many hands (it is likely that Mekhi will call when I do).
I really enjoy the way you seem to make the game simplistic and clearly have a deep understanding of full ring. Which is great to watch.
37m10s AsJs Vs A9, I really like the 3b + CB but think its a fold on river imo.
What hands do you think we are ahead of there to call?
An idea for a future episode I had was a HH review with you talking through your though process ( which I think is a great part of your videos) and incorporating the way you use stats to build ( and use) reads pre and post flop. The QQ hand on J75tt is a good example of how verses some villains thats a fold in FR and against that guy its a raise get it in.
This should also help all FR players at all stakes.
Look forward to next week.
The AJs hand you should be able to hear the hesitation in my voice as I am talking about that hand, looking back at it I think it is probably a fold versus this opponent type.
Will consider your comments for future videos.
"If I had a better Ten I'd consider calling"
You're chopping against other Tens right? Does that change anything?
AT and KT beat TJ? two pair with ace or king kicker.
"going back to opening for 4x in EP"
So what's the take home message? What should I be thinking about that? Should I assume they are tightening up their ranges from EP? Are they getting more value by building bigger pots? How should I be thinking about this observation? What does it mean, and should I be doing that too?
Just look at what % of hands they are raising preflop from those positions and if they are stealing too wide for the stakes you are playing, consider 3betting them wider as a bluff to pickup the extra dead money (from the 4x preflop).
Your implied odds hands become less valuable because stacks get shallower post as there is more money put in preflop the stack to pot ratio is lowered.
Thx for vid
Hello Newmanmi. You are munching on something that makes me wanna eat ok so, AK hand bottom table 4. The flop is pretty dry;turn doesn't change much so why don't we check,player on your right seems to have some pocket pairs in his range and he will fold to turn cbet most of the time. If you check you show them weakness,maybe this will make them bet river if they improve with QJ or something. In this stop I would like to get 2 streets value,but should I do it in 3way pot ?
TheSiro basically has to play his hand super straight forwardly to my turn bet, I am never betting as a bluff into two people (one of them being a weaker opponent). It is also super unlikely that TheSiro bets the river as a bluff if I check back the turn and the weak opponent checks to him. I am only trying to get three streets of value from the weak opponent and not from TheSiro.