Inavacuum and Snappievouz continue to discuss the Yin (ABC poker) and Yang (thinking outside the box) play at microstakes NLHE.
Yin meets yang at microstakes NL. The majority of pros view micro play as extremely standard with no room for creativity. While true for the most part, not embracing nonstandard lines will leave profit on the table.
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Regarding NoGluenPlz's range, when the PFR checks, do you honestly believe he has Ax in his range? I disagree based on the fact his turn bet sizing is indicative of a value heavy range, and based on our flop call (3way) i believe his range is weighted more toward Kx, as is ours when we call the flop, we rep Kx 22/55. I am just unsure as to how many people barrel Ax as a bluff when the turn isn't a great card.
I honestly think he has Ax in his range if he's trying to move Hero off a range of pocket pairs by the river. You think his range is more weighted towards Kx. I agree. You don't think people barrel Ax on this turn much. I also agree.
ty for the response, didn't really expect one as the last response was a loooong time ago. Very interesting videos though.
By betting you are getting him off his 6 outs with any hand + you get value from his draws (being scared of being raised shouldn't be a large factor here as fish as passive at NL50 in general). So Protection and value apply here as well, even though we have AJ high).
I am not saying that check is not the best play, but the difference in ev against a fit/fold fish will not be significant enough to right out say that checking is a lot better than betting.
Don't you think that we make more room for him to make a mistake when we are calling? If his range is close to 100% bluff then our hand is not very vulnerable so we can make profitable calls in further streets.
When we shove then the only hand with which he can make a mistake is this in vid, but this is very unlikely for regular to make such a big mistake (imo, I never saw something like that- I was playing nl50 8 months).
I think he never have here draw on turn. If he wants cheap river then he just check it back, if he wants FEq then he makes it bigger.I think he can have Jx or weak Ace which is getting thin value from draws.
Without specific read I wouldn't play like that ever I see that so often... reg makes some ridiculous play against me without any history, i make lighter calldowns cuz "only moron would play like that without any history and he looks like a decent reg!" and then BAM they show something stupid that beats me ;
Do you think that if, instead of it being 3 handed, the villain opened from the CO and the rest of the action was the exact same, this is an auto-shove on the river? (Obviously we would probably play it different if that were the case...but I feel a lot of micro players play sets in position slow in every spot)