Newmanmi brings more 400NL full ring play with 6 tables running and analysis left and right.
Newmanmi climbs his way to the top of the midstakes FRNL pile in this series of live play videos.
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***** Hand History for Game 25954610760 ***** (Full Tilt)
$400.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em
Table Alpo (Real Money)
Seat 4 is the button
Seat 1: sol1ft ( $520.20 USD )
Seat 2: Newmanmi ( $402.00 USD )
Seat 3: GatorBait-NC ( $208.70 USD )
Seat 4: dbwldbs ( $419.00 USD )
Seat 5: g_host_8686 ( $104.00 USD )
Seat 6: Adam27X ( $406.00 USD )
Seat 7: slowlane123 ( $657.30 USD )
Seat 8: themightyjim ( $1013.00 USD )
Seat 9: jahwe777 ( $611.00 USD )
g_host_8686 posts small blind [$2.00 USD].
Adam27X posts big blind [$4.00 USD].
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to slowlane123 [ Ac 2h ]
slowlane123 calls [$4.00 USD]
Newmanmi raises [$16.00 USD]
Adam27X raises [$50.00 USD]
slowlane123 raises [$124.00 USD]
slowlane123 wins $74.00 USD
slowlane123 wins $126.00 USD from main pot
Blocker to aces
Table full of regs
Last hand of session
Sure anyone on this table can lay down QQ (possibly/evidently KK) to an UTG l/rr
Still think it's a good fold from newman though in this specific spot.
Hi,Michael.May i take a couple of lessons?
Feel free to PM me but do not take offence if I do not reply, I am super busy this time of year and may not have time to coach you.
Hey Michael, another gr8 video done. Watching you playing, full ring seems pretty damn easy but I've been breaking even my whole life at low stakes games. If you ever consider doing some leakbuster series with deuces cracked members, i'd be more than happy to get involved. I just think rb pros @ 50-100nl couldn't afford your coaching. And yes, you should have taken your cooler as a man, or to my mind, picked up the dead money with KK or at least sucked out. Take care
I will keep you in mind.
The KK fold is as good as a spot to fold kings as played to me. I was more concerned with how mad it made you.
50.13 table 6 AA
Why do we check the turn? Isn't it a clear bet/fold?
Does a 15/11 sc 67s, KQs, 9Ts or QJs Vs an UTG+1 open in MP???
Good content as always. Not sure how a mass table video would come across but I for one am always interest to see new full ring content. Also don't forget the Skelmar leak finder review part 2 from your 1st series and please stay away from any RUSH content ty.
Not sure I really like bet/fold on the turn given how I expect him to fastplay some of his stronger hands on that flop texture with such a shallow fish behind. I do think betting is > checking though (as I said after the hand).
I am not 100% what hands he is flatting from these positions, and whilst I expect the majority of his range to be pairs I still expect him to have plenty of 67+sc and big broadways.
Vs that g-host aggro shortstacker: couldn't you take a more game theory optimal (not even sure that's the right word) approach vs him? Like the Q9o shove, you have so many better hands you can be jamming over his 3bets that I don't really see why you'd want to widen your range that much (any pair, any highish ace, and suited boardway hands seem like plenty of hands to shove over his LP 3bets.)
And then as far as 3betting J2o vs his steal: do you think 3betting his steals 100% is optimal until he adjusts? I would think it'd be slightly better to just wait until you have Ax or Kx blockers or other high card hands + all your value hands to 3bet him with so that he doesn't catch on to your constant 3betting as quickly.
Also +1 to what Karelkorm said about the leakfinder vids. I do like these sweat sessions but have 8 videos of you 6 tabling midstakes kind of feels like it's gonna get a little stale, especially since it's tough to get into that many interesting spots while 6 tabling full ring for an hour. Would be sweet if you would consider taking a small stakes reg who's struggling to move up to mid stakes and leak find there video.
I'll even volunteer
Most likely yes, I have never been a huge math based player and only ever learnt the things I considered neccesary. I think game flow, timing etc is probably just as important in these situations even though you would think its all a math spot.
I guess you could try 3betting 100% of his opens but again, given game flow I think he would adjust fairly quickly and start 4b shoving super wide for value.
Will take your comments re: live sweat / leakfinder into mind for future videos.
At 43:11 where you 3 bet g-host with AQo vs his early open, what were you going to do if he 4 bet?
Most likely call, I think I have fine enough equity given how wide he is opening from that spot. I am probably a flip/slight underdog versus his 4b range but with dead money it is a super easy call.
on table 5 why bother 3 betting with 44? what do we achieve?
Image, Immediate profit (he has a high fold to 3b), good hand to use as a part of a polarised range, hand not good enough to flat and play profitably OOP.
Table 1: is there a reason for raising the flop so big?
Not really, my basic math is a little off (could be around 40-48) but I dont think its too big of a concern given we are slightly deep to start the hand.
All I can say is AMAZING... you make it look sooo easy and thank you very much for your
videos which have tons of value in them.
Well said and 100% agree.
Recently re-watch this for 4th time and got lots out of it.
Is Newman ever coming back?