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Poker with Your Pants On: Episode Eight

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Poker with Your Pants On: Episode Eight by livebikebart

Bart wraps up his live series with a few more hands from Live at the Bike.

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Bart brings his live No-Limit hands from his play in LA's casinos.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: High Stakes
  • 54 minutes long
  • Posted over 3 years ago

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Nucking Futs

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Great series Bart! Do you think you'll be doing another one? Maybe some O8 or Stud-8?

Posted over 3 years ago

eselspiele

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Joined 10/2010

Fantabulous series. Why stop at 8 episodes, though? Wink Love the Deuces Plays too

Posted over 3 years ago

ihavefavor

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Time Link to 00:24:58

if your in Adam seat and you have qt of spades would you raise PT's lead are flat call?

Posted over 3 years ago

ihavefavor

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Time Link to 00:38:00

Do you think Rich was gonna call Adam if he shoved the river? If i had to guess i would say no ,based on Rich just calling the turn instead of check shoving,seemed like he was just trying to hit his draw.

Posted over 3 years ago

ihavefavor

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Excellent Job with the series Bart really enjoyed it looking forward to when you make a new series!

Posted over 3 years ago

YugiohPro

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Time Link to 00:04:07

Hey Bart, very curious about this limp with 45o. Is it standard for you? Does it mean you're pretty much limping behind with any two suited cards (since 45o is pretty low in value ranking wise).

Is there just not that much isolating in position going on from the regulars you named who will have position on you? It seems pretty unprofitable to me to limp with 45o but I might just be acting nitty.

Posted over 3 years ago

zydee

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One of the best series I have ever seen. Light years ahead of any other live poker series too, great job mate hope its not too long before your next series

Posted over 3 years ago

marcel23

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livebikebart

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livebikebart

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Hey Bart, very curious about this limp with 45o. Is it standard for you? Does it mean you're pretty much limping behind with any two suited cards (since 45o is pretty low in value ranking wise).

Is there just not that much isolating in position going on from the regulars you named who will have position on you? It seems pretty unprofitable to me to limp with 45o but I might just be acting nitty.



I really like to barrel a lot of limped pots with the correct type of board texture. I've mentioned this many times on the podcast. If you were playing strictly fit or fold then yes, this would be an unprofitable overlimp. If you look back to the 1st episode of PWYPO I played a hand on the button that looks bizarre, I think it was jd 2d--then I barreled off in the pot and took it down. If 3 or more people have limped in front of me I am playing any 2 suited for an overlimp on the button.

Posted over 3 years ago

(B)ALLIN

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This is by far my favorite deucescracked series and I would be very very sad if we didn't see a whole bunch more!! I originally planned to just watch as many videos as I can in a month and discontinue, but I would definitely stay a member if we had more of these live action videos where I get to get in the minds of all types of players and replay these hands over and over. There's so much information when you get to see a live replay of players reacting REAL TIME. THIS SERIES IS AWESOME.

Posted over 3 years ago

eselspiele

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I renewed my paid subscirption primarily for this series and to support Bart's podcasts. I like the detailed anaylsis of a few interesting hands and wish more coachs would adopt this style.

Posted over 3 years ago

MaoMao

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I will demand a refund if this series does not continue....

Thank you Bart

Posted over 3 years ago

terp

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Time Link to 00:12:45

pretty key observation here

in a lot of spots where people call something a 'clear' bet/check/raise/whatever, they don't even realize they are handreading. even betting AQ on Q22 involves handreading - even if you never name a single specific hand, your bet is premised on the mathematical conclusion that you are ahead of his calling range.

Posted over 3 years ago




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