Welcome to the premere of Hand Readers with Orange and Terp. To start the series they lay some basics for what the series will contain as well as discuss topics like the Fundamental Theorem of Poker and some hand examples.
Ask any great No Limit player what his biggest strength is, and heâ€™ll tell you itâ€™s his ability to read hands. We hear the term â€œhand rangesâ€ thrown around left, right and center. Why? Orange and terp explore the answer in this series, primarily focused on hand reading, equity distribution and balancing. A must watch for any micro or small stakes player.
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you know, it's like you both know that the other knows what you know and is like you know, you know?
in all seriousness: solid content, but too much on the fly and excess rambling
more words isn't always better, try to keep it short and to the point
looking forward to the rest of the series yo
Very nice video, really liked it. Somehwat basic, but as I keep forgetting things like this from time to time it's always good to be remembered. Also I really like the educational value, you have presented your content really well. Can't wait to see more.
But I kinda disagree with the action on the T8dd hand. I have stoved some ranges and found out that against most we are only slightly ahead or slightly behind. If villain is somewhat passive and flats two pair or a set on the flop we are even further behind.
I agree that AT is a definite value bet, and most likely QT and JT are as well, but with T8 I think we are just not good enough to value bet the turn.