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unreal call with the K9 in the bottom right and great vid. was just wondering if u adapt ur overall game plan or ranges when playing zoom instead of normal tables, like stealing more, defending lighter against steals or any general observations u've made on how the games play. for example at the 100 & 200NL games, people don't seem to stack off as light at all pf. Even if you've played a bunch of hands with someone, with little or no game flow is hard to kno how they perceive your range or how they think you perceive theirs, like do u think u can get away with more or less because of this e.g. 3 betting utg opens more as a bluff (which ppl seem to do) or does it just favour solid ABC poker? thanks
This is an interesting spot here where I almost ever 4 bet or fold, but was recently wondering if calling oop with these kind of hands (KQs, AXs, maybe some other suited broadway) might be OK vs a high 3 bet % that plays aggro postflop (weaker range that we can exploit and bluff more against).
My question is, what is your postflop plan when you call here? I guess you will be c/raising a lot of flops, of course when you flop strong draws, but I guess that there might be some good boards where you will turn 2 overs with some backdoor equity into a bluff as well?
Sound tip. If you still have Full tilt installed (and why wouldn't you) go to your sound settings in stars and change all the wav files for the FTP equivalents. Best software update stars ever got. Plus you get some value out of FT. If you don't still have it installed (though why you wouldn't I don't know) I think you can still download the play money version and get them off there. This is especially needed for the stars alert which may be the most annoying noise ever created by anyone ever. Excluding some No Wave music from New York in the 80's.