FenderJaguar is beginning his ghost journey playing two tables of 100NL and explaining all his patented moves and strategies.
Ghost the best of DeucesCracked in the shorthanded games they play in today.
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are they going to fire all the hands you get value from themsevles, like Qx (esp weaker Qx like QJ/QT), 7x, that often (or as often as they will call if you bet)? also, won't you be missing value from/giving free cards to weak flush draws (like 89hh, T9hh) and straight draws like JTs. given that when you check you usually have a medium strength made hand that isnt planing on check/folding, won't those hands be checking back and taking free cards a lot, and wont he be less likely to bluff with air?
Left table. What would be your play with AcQs? I guess you'd just call, because we block a lot of his possible draws with A of clubs? With a king of clubs it's just a fold, isn't it?
With A of clubs how would you extract the most value if a club hits on a turn?
On the JJ flat pre w/ fish in blinds, the preflop raiser checked oop and you value-bet the fish on the Q high dry flop and 1/2 potted the turn for value due to his super wide range (47% of hands peflop).
If he calls the turn do you assume he has the Q and c/f or do you like 1/3 pot the river for value (assuming he's not "I bluff every river checked to loose fish guy" in which case its a c/c)?
RE the Q4 on the left table. What turns are you barrelling, giving up on etc after donking here? I always checkfold in these spots because it's hard to get your hand to showdown, we end up valuecutting ourselves etc. is this bad?
Early in the video you make a 5bet shove w/KT(?) because you just expected villian to be bluffing. Is this kind of ' i really think hes bluffing here so il shove' common at 400nl ? For a 2 tabling high intensity player it might be but on average is 5bet bluffing at all common or a practise you think you should be advising to 100nl players