I would like to see a DC short on how to react to raises with TPTK/Overpairs.. I want to know what a 10% c/r or flop raise means.. or a 2% c/r (nuts obv.. and slow play sets on dry boards).. what about a 15%? Is aggression factor the best way to determine if you should fold an overpair? What about on a 953r board, and I get c/r.. What villain should I fold against? Lets say I think my opponent is not smart (every villain on Merge 25nl), and I think he will c/r the 9 hi board with TT-QQ (non 3bet pot) Is it better to make a mistake by folding here too often or by calling/raising/getting it in here too often?
Thanks. I know of the Baluga Theorem.. Is there a theorem of how to react to flop raises / x/r? How about have Baluga make a video on this? I saw a video he made that was sorta this concept but not exactly. I really think this is a big leak of mine. I doubt it's a cooler since it happens so often.
Would be cool if ansky done a dc short on this call http://www.pokernews.com/live-reporting/2012-pokerstars-com-ept-barcelona/main-event/day1a/post.208747.htm
I'm not sure if this is a good idea for a short but maybe a short series would work:
Do a "If you knew back then what you know now series". I was thinking it would take an older video from a previous series and go back over it and see if there would be any changes in how they might play the hand differently now that their game has improved or changed over the years. Maybe they can spot some leaks in their own game and it might give some insight into things to look for in our own game.