Joe Tall, Nolan, and Paddy return for the second half of their Full-Ring Late Night Coaching extravaganza. Listen to them discuss some tough spots and Joe Tall drops some meta-game which we all need to hear.
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Hey guys, great vid here. I really like this format, and I think Nolan does some great stuff in all his vids so far. I agree with you said about the QQ hand, but do you think if you were to play the hand, is check-raising the flop the best line to take?
Exelent FR content again guys ,TY!
Just a short comment on the 46s hand , i usually iso here against a single MP limper but against the loose pasive calling station type i think limping behind has his merits if u are fairly confident in your abilities postflop.
In the 1st hand Paddy flops a set with 2 limpers . 3 flush and straight hits the board . No one mentions the possible straight . That is a very tough call for me and he pushes all in which you guys said was correct . He could have easily had the 45 or the flush . And he could hit a draw , But there are some crazy callers at the B&M I am used to playing at , and 45 or ATCs is well within everyone's range . Am I just playing way too tight or is there a concept I'm missing . I like the folding QQ , thats more like my play . I really liked the point about if an 8c or Kc comes you hit but now your really screwed . May be you could recommend another vid
I just heard this vid late night coaching (NLHE) w/Nolan -- Joe Tall is definitely really good at moderating. I have seen a few of these coach / coach / student vids, and this is the best so far ! It is rare that the 'guest' coach lets the primary coach give his thoughts, and even rarer for the guest coach to actually improve the discussion. Usually the guest just dominates the other two.
Joe strikes a really nice balance between having insights of his own, and getting the ideas out coherently from the others
And kudos also for Nolan being able to clearly explain the concepts, and stay on track, not drift off (sorry BW, but 'sometimes' you are hard to follow)
Paddy, I cannot believe you showed the spew hand. It gave me, and probably a bunch of others hope that we all make mistakes, and progress is not a straight line.
so, NICE HAND to all three of you